Junio C Hamano writes:

> If you can pop-up a temporary window that shows the tag contents
> when I hover over a tag icon for 2 seconds, and remove that
> temporary window when step outside it would be ideal.  It is up

I did something a little easier - if you click on the tag, it now
displays the contents of the tag in the details pane.  Is that good

> to you to implement the part to show my wife's picture, reading
> "object-content-type: image/jpeg" thing ;-).  That one was not a
> serious request.

Well, Tk can display inline images in text widgets... :)

> I have two more requests to gitk, which are related to each
> other but not related to the "tag contents" one above:
>  - if "gitk --all" slurped not just refs/heads and refs/tags but
>    everything under refs/* recursively, that would help
>    visualizing the bisect status.  bisect creates bunch of
>    commit object names in refs/bisect.
>  - I have not looked at the code closely enough, but I cannot
>    find how to re-read references.  I would appreciate it if it
>    allowed it.  This relates to the bisect status visualization,
>    where the set of references changes _after_ the user started
>    gitk.

I implemented these two.  There is now a "Reread references" button in
the File menu.  References other than tags and heads get displayed in
a light blue box.

Hmmm... now I suppose we want a way to use gitk to drive the git
bisection process... :)

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