On Tue, 28 Jul 2015 10:10:40 -0700 (PDT)
颖黄 <huangyi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I am trying to visually show a file change history.
> An easy way to do is to use gitk <file>, while it is in text
> My intention is just to show the file change history in a visual
> tool, for exampel my favorite one: kdiff3,
> any alternative solution/help would be greatly appreciated.
The problem with your question is that you presented a solution without
clearly explaining your objective.
Could you please explain in simple words what are you trying to achieve?
I mean, like in
1) I have a commit-ish. Let's call it "abc123".
2) Given it, I'd like to have kdiff3 popped up displaying difference
between such and such commits.
In the meantime, does `git log --patch --follow -- path/to/file`
do what you want (in text mode)?
After doing `git config --global core.ui auto` diffs rendered in the
console look no less understandable than those presented by a graphical
tool IMO. Well, unless you have insanely long lines in your files
while having small terminal window.
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