> From: Sam Roberts <vieuxt...@gmail.com>
> You have interleaved your changes with others on master? If so, yes,
> you should have done on a branch.
> You can cherrypick them all to a branch, and rebase master... but
> probably noone will thank you for that :-)

If you just want a diff that shows the changes in those commits, and
nothing else, it seems like the thing to do is cherrypick them all to
a branch (based before all the selected commits), and then do a diff
between the base of the branch and its tip.


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