> From: gituser <konrad.j...@googlemail.com>
> I am wondering if it's possible to determine if a specific line in the code 
> (of the curent version of a file) was added or changed after a specific 
> commit?

Of course, the question is not perfectly well-defined, because there
is no absolute definition of what constitutes "a specific line" of a
file and all of its ancestors.  (E.g., consider a line containing a
solitary close brace.)  But it seems like an easy way to get a
reasonably good answer is to run git-blame

    git-blame - Show what revision and author last modified each line of a file

and see what it notes as the last change.


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