What would be a good way, via the Bash command-line, to find the time of the last modification made to any of the files in a particularly directory?
Basically, I'm working on a project where all the project's files are within one directory, and I'm keeping a timesheet, and I forgot to note when I finished working on the project earlier today. Whichever file was modified last will give me that time.
I could guess at the time... but I thought it would be fun to get Bash to give me a more accurate answer :)
As an added bonus, I think the command will likely need to ignore certain directories, in particular the .git directory in this case.