I really hate that when I want to do branch out, I have to type git branch -n xxx. Why do I have to type such many strokes?

This is why I have such many short alias.

  email = me@seaonsroad.com
  name = SeaonsRoad

  default = current

  l = log --color --graph --pretty=format:'%C(auto)%h %s%d %C(green)%ad %C(blue)[%an]%C(reset)' --relative-date --decorate
  ll = log --color --graph --pretty=format:'%C(auto)%h %s%d %C(green)%ad %C(blue)[%an / %cn]%C(reset)' --relative-date --decorate
  l0 = log --color --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit -U0
  la = log --color --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --all
  lb = log --color --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --all --simplify-by-decoration
  lg = log --color --graph --decorate
  dl = log --date-order --color --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit
  dla = log --date-order --color --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --all
  dlb = log --date-order --color --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --all --simplify-by-decoration
  dlg = log --date-order --color --graph --decorate

  d = diff --color
  dc = diff --color --cached
  d0 = diff --color --unified=0

  ci = commit --verbose
  cin = commit --verbose --no-verify
  cia = commit --amend --no-edit
  cian = commit --amend --no-edit --no-verify
  ciam = commit --amend
  ciamn = commit --amend --no-verify

  co = checkout
  tr = checkout --track

  s = status --short
  st = status

  br = branch
  b = blame
  mb = merge-base
  cl = clean -fd

  mg = merge
  mgc = merge --continue
  mga = merge --abort

  rb = rebase
  rbc = rebase --continue
  rba = rebase --abort
  rbs = rebase --skip

  rv = revert
  rvc = revert --continue
  rva = revert --abort

  rs = reset
  rsh = reset --hard

  cp = cherry-pick
  cpc = cherry-pick --continue
  cpa = cherry-pick --abort

  sm = submodule
  smi = submodule init
  sms = submodule sync
  smu = submodule update

  p = pull
  pr = pull --rebase

  cloner = clone --recursive
  rpo = remote prune origin

  mgnff = "!mff() { git merge --ff-only \"$1\" && git reset --hard HEAD@{1} && git merge --no-ff \"$1\"; }; mff"

Now, go configure yours at ~/.gitconfig.

Updated at 2018/11/08

Now, git l looks like:

git l

With the push user, git ll looks like:

git ll

With only the branch info, git lb looks like:

git lb