In the gitk viewer one can select either patch or tree view of the
currently selected commit.
Is there a way of making the tree viewer show the submodules that are
contained within the commit?
At the moment it doesn't look like these are shown. I've verified that
the top level tree does contain the submodule '160000 commit' that I
would expect to be displayed.
As a corollary, I'm uncertain how to search the DAG for those commits
that change a specific submodule - a bit of brain fade... what would be
a suitable G4W bash command?
$ git --version
git version 1.9.4.msysgit.0
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