From: "Richard Smith" <sm...@whoop.com>
To: "Git for human beings" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2018 4:16 PM
Subject: [git-users] Re-create git log -p behavior using difftool?
Is there a way that I can use difftool in a git log -p type scenario?
Basically I'd like to give it a commit range and then walk though the
commits looking at the results in difftool.
I know I can do this with several of the review tools but I'd like
something local on my computer and one that I can specify the difftool
since I use different difftools depending on what I'm doing.
How do you see it operating in terms of handling multiple different
difftools in the one log command (e.g. range of commits with range of
differnt file types?)
do you have a pseudo example you could sketch out?
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