On Mon, 18 Nov 2013 07:44:45 +0100
Nicolas Dermine <nicolas.derm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have done "git pull". and again ran the below command.
> > But still it wasn't show the comment on the commit. (on Github box
> provided below each commit)
> > Through github i able to see it.
> > git log --since=2013-11-14T12:00:00 --until=today --decorate=full
> > --stat
> --branches=* --remotes=* --date=local --source
> I think github commit comments are stored in their data store, not in
> the repo.
That was my thought, too.
But Github provides some REST API to query this sort of information.
Supposedly one could write a tool to fetch this data into a local
repository (in a form of Git notes or whatever?).
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