On Sun, 17 Apr 2005, Russell King wrote:
> I still need to work out how to make my noddy script follow different
> branches which may be present though. However, for my common work
> flow, it fits what I require.
The way to handle that is that you need to
- remember (or re-fetch) what the latest HEAD was that you merged with in
if you didn't remember, you can just get all my objects and do a
merge-head $(cat .git/HEAD) $linus-current-head
or something (using the current git archive that has a "merge-head"
program. That gives you the most recent common head.
- use "rev-tree" to show reachability
rev-tree $my-current-head $last-merge-head
| sort -n # sort by date rather than sha1
| cut -d' ' -f2 # get the sha1 + "flags" mask
| grep :1 # show the ones that are only
# reachable from $my-current-head
and you now have a nice list of sha1's ordered by date.
Or something. I didn't test the above. Testing is for users.
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