Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> This lets you stick a header right before a commit, but
> suppresses headers that are duplicates. This means you can
> do something like:
> git log --graph --author-date-order --commit-header='== %as =='
> to get a marker in the graph whenever the day changes.
That's interesting. So it is not really "commit" header, but a
header for groups of commits. Credits for realizing the usefulness
of such grouping may go to Kyle, but the implementation is also
> This probably needs some refactoring around the setup of the
> pretty-print context.