"Philip Oakley" <philipoak...@iee.org> writes:
>> The "--no-walk" tells the rev-list machinery "I have only positives;
>> do not traverse from them AT ALL but just use these positives".
>> Only under that condition, the order of the positive ends you list
>> on the command line matters.
> What does "--do-walk" do ("Overrides a previous --no-walk"), and when
> would it be applied?
$ git cherry-pick --no-walk --do-walk A
end up walking the history behind A and reproducing the history
since the root commit?