On 5 Jan, 23:36, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the example. I'm indeed able to recreate the problem. I guess
> that that's just the way it works, and my toy repo landed on the failing
> commit by accident. Sorry for misleading.

Good that you were able to re-produce it so that I know that my repo
was not corrupted.

> How about you just use the contents of that file mentioned in the docs?
>
> cat .git/refs/bisect/bad

Just what I was looking for. Thanks! Unfortunately I overlooked that
part when I checked the docs. Probably not a very well known feature
as that would have been a quick response to my initial question.

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