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
(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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