> From: Gergely Polonkai <gerg...@polonkai.eu>

> Now that we know this, git-bisect is exactly the tool he needs! He
> specifies the last known commit without the bug, and the first known commit
> with the bug. Git will then choose intermediate commits for you to test if
> the bug still exists, and point you to the first bad one.

Yes -- and git-bisect handles nicely the situation where the bug was
introduced not by the latest commit that affected the file in
question, but by some previous commit.


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