On Thu, 21 Jul 2005, Ryan Anderson wrote:
> Nevermind, I apparently wanted:
>       git-whatchanged HEAD ^$LAST_RELEASED_COMMIT

Yes. And since git-whatchanged uses git-rev-parse, and can thus use the 
extended git commit format, including ranges, you can literally write the 
above as

        git-whatchanged $LAST_RELEASED_COMMIT..

(or, if you only care about the log, not the actual diff lines, use the 
faster and simpler

        git log $LAST_RELEASED_COMMIT..

which will also show you merges - something git-whatchanged doesn't do).

You can also use the "--pretty" format specializers, so

        git log --pretty=short $LAST_RELEASED_COMMIT..

will do exactly what you'd expect it to do.

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