On Thu, Dec 06, 2018 at 10:30:18PM -0800, manoj thakkar wrote:

> I am moving files from branchA to branchB , but we loose the git blame if i 
> create the patch of the file or do a git checkout <branchname> -- filename 
> etc. 

Please be more concrete about how exactly you "move" those files between
branches. (Providing a set of exact commands would be OK.)

And while we're on it, does using the "-C" and/or "-M" command-line
options with `git blame` helps?
You may read more on them in the manual page of the `git log` command
(they are described there as they modify how the history graph is
traversed.)

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