>>> "ZH" == Zhanbang He <hezhanb...@gmail.com> writes:

> Thanks, it works for me based on your  command.
> This is my  command  `git log  --graph --color=always --all --decorate
> --oneline --since="2023-6-6" | git name-rev --annotate-stdin`.

> One drawback of my command is that it does not show the time of commit.

Very strange, here is what the output for the auctex repository
 git://git.savannah.gnu.org/auctex.git (

git log --graph --all   

* commit 1a2060af30258bab872d2f3a607f863a7be9e6b5 (HEAD -> master, 
origin/master, origin/HEAD)
| Author: Arash Esbati <ar...@gnu.org>
| Date:   Sat Mar 25 23:14:35 2023 +0100
|     * style/pdfpages.el ("pdfpages"): Replace `TeX-arg-eval'.
* commit 2a65fac9b17a81fdbcad1e71ef9537771809354b 
| Author: Arash Esbati <ar...@gnu.org>
| Date:   Fri Mar 17 10:38:54 2023 +0100
|     Return correct completion candidates in math-mode
|     * latex.el (LaTeX-common-initialization): Make sure that from the
|     second elements inside `LaTeX-math-list' and `LaTeX-math-default',
|     only the strings are used for `TeX-complete-list'.  The second
|     element can also be a function which is not correct for completion
|     purposes.  (bug#62220)

But I am on Linux, not windows

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