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Hi,

I found something looking like a bug:

The following lines prepares a small exmaple:
# create git repo
git init
# create file a and commit it
touch a && git add a && git commit -m first
# rename a to b and commit it
git mv a b && git commit -m second

After this git log's behavior differs from my expectations, when run
like this:
git log --follow --reverse b

Expected result:
A list of both commits starting with second or a error message if git
log cannot run with --follow and --reverse combined.

Actual result:
A list showing only the second commit.

It looks like git log silently ignores --follow when run with --reverse.

Observed with git versions 1.7.8.6 and 1.7.11.2

Valentin
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