FYI, I've released git-pasky-0.6.3 earlier in the night. It brings
especially plenty of bugfixes, but also some tiny enhancements, like
colored log and ability to pick branch in the remote repository. git log
and git patch now also accept range of commits, so e.g. if you do
git patch linus:this
you should get a sequence of patches (commit message + patch, with
delimiters between patches) which will bring you from linus to your
current HEAD. Of course the package is in sync with Linus' branch.
Get it at
or pull (it should work fine, no format changes).
Not released stay changes I made later tonight, which change
git-pasky's usage of directory cache - it will record adds/removals to
it and use diff-cache instead of show-diff to check any differences. The
code is much simpler, but likely some small bugs were introduced in the
process - please report any problems you'll hit, and test heavily. What
is known is that you cannot diff specific files now.
Petr "Pasky" Baudis
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