On Wed, 2013-03-27 at 13:51 -0400, Dale R. Worley wrote:
> But it suggests that if the same change
> was made in multiple ancestor commits, git-blame might be picking out
> the commit with the latest modification time.

I can see an argument to be made for both models of handling multiple
commits with the same change: choosing either the newest (who changed it
"last") or the oldest (who changed it "first"--assuming later changes
were just copies of the earlier ones).

In any event, it seems the simple solution isn't going to help me
unfortunately :-(.

Thanks.

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