On Fri, 15 Jun 2012 19:46:22 +0800
lei yang <yanglei.f...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a commit like below
> commit 0e93b4b304ae052ba1bc73f6d34a68556fe93429
> Merge: b724cc1 51bfd29
> This commit done this work: merge b724cc1..51bfd29 commit,
This is a gross misunderstanding of how revision ranges work in Git.
Please read the "gitrevisions" manual page.
More precisely, the A..B notation means "All commits reachable from B
excluding those reachable from A".
A merge means that two lines of history (those ending with commits
b724cc1 and 51bfd29, respectively) are merged together.
Writing this as b724cc1..51bfd29 is incorrect and confusing for
the readers.

> The question is how could I *onlys* through
> 0e93b4b304ae052ba1bc73f6d34a68556fe93429 to get the formated patch for
> the commit(b724cc1..51bfd29)
This phrase again missies a predicate (a verb) so we consistently
fail to comprehend your intent.
You could try to find a colleague with a bit better English skill and
ask his/her to provide a better translation so we're able to understan
Also try to get rid of that ".." notation as it seems to ruin your
attempts to get us understand the matter.

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