Linus Torvalds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I'm testing bisection to find a bug that causes my G5 to no longer boot, 
> and during the process have found this command line very nice:
>       gitk bisect/bad --not $(cd .git/refs ; ls bisect/good-*)
> it basically shows the state of bisection with the known bad commit as the 
> top, and cutting off all the good commits - so what you see are the 
> potential buggy commits.

> But it's not the nicest of command lines and depends on knowing how
> bisection works, so maybe we could make
>       git bisect visualize
> do this for us?

Will do.

Another thing that might make sense is roll it also into gitk, a
new command from "File" menu to cause it to re-read not just ref
values but the rev-list itself out of that particular rev-list
command (and add any other common patterns as we discover them).

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