On Aug 21 2016, Eric Wong <e...@80x24.org> wrote:
> Nikolaus Rath <nikol...@rath.org> wrote:
>> What's the easiest way to find the most recent revision (of any file in
>> the repository, including those that have been deleted in the current
>> HEAD) that contains a given string?
> I normally do something like:
> git log -r --raw -p -SSTRING
> git log -r --raw -p -GREGEXP
> You can also add --diff-filter=D to filter only on deletes.
> Btw, please don't set these headers on kernel.org lists:
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Huh? If the list-server fails only I will receive the message so it's
still lost for everyone else. But I am more than happy to take this
little risk if it saves me from the nuisance of getting duplicate
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