On Mon, 2005-04-18 at 12:27 +0200, Petr Baudis wrote:
> Yes. As far as I'm concerned, I'd put such stuff to git log, and extend
> it usage so that it is possible to print individual log entries with it
> - just make it accept a _range_ of commits, and then do
>         git log $commit $commit

That's fairly trivial. In the current (and misguided) version with
chronological output, rev-tree will do it all for you, in fact:

        rev-tree $1 ^$2

In the older and more useful version, it was only slightly more complex:

 base=$(gitXnormid.sh -c $1) || exit 1
+if [ -n "$2" ]; then
+    endpoint=$(gitXnormid.sh -c $2) || exit 1
+    if rev-tree $base $endpoint | grep -q $base:3; then
+        base=
+    else
+        rev-tree --edges $base $endpoint | sed 's/[a-z0-9]*:1//g' > $TMPCL
+    fi
 changelog $base


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