what do you think about this change to "git log"?
It makes it a _lot_ easier to parse the result, as it indents all the
comments by two spaces, meaning that the header is clearly marked, and you
can then do various 'sed'/'grep' things with nice normal regular
expressions like '^parent' without having to worry about there being a
line that starts with "parent" in the free-form part..
I also think the end result is more readable from a human standpoint, with
indentation as the way to distinguish the headers from the commentary,
and less ugly ASCII barfic's with "------" etc.
I'm doing a 2.6.12-rc3 release, so I care more than usual about the
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ rev-tree $base | sort -rn | while read t
- echo; cat
+ echo; sed 's/^/ /'
echo $key $rest
@@ -36,5 +36,5 @@ rev-tree $base | sort -rn | while read t
- echo -e "\n--------------------------"
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