Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
>> Thomas Rast <tr...@student.ethz.ch> writes:
>>> To save the user a lookup of the last line number, introduce $ as a
>>> shorthand for the last line. This is mostly useful to spell "until
>>> the end of the file" as '-L<begin>,$'.
>> Doesn't "-L <begin>" or "-L <begin>," do that already? If it were
>> to introduce "-L $-4," or "-L$-4,+2", I would understand why the
>> addition may be useful, but otherwise I do not think it adds much
> It is a quiet-period so there is no need to rush, but did anything
> happened further on this series?
No, I've been busy :-(
The only open point is in the other email:
> >> Documentation/blame-options.txt | 19 +------
> >> Documentation/line-range-format.txt | 18 +++++++
> >> Makefile | 2 +
> >> builtin/blame.c | 99
> >> +++-------------------------------
> >> line-log.c | 105
> >> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> >> line-log.h | 23 ++++++++
> > Was this churn necessary?
> > It is strange to move existing functions that will be tweaked to be
> > shared by two different codepaths (blame and line-log) to the new
> > user.
> Even though I am moving from builtin/blame.c to line-log.c? I would
> otherwise have to call from a rather lib-ish file into a "front
You haven't sent any reply to this. Does that mean you agree? Would
you prefer the shared file to be named something like line-range.c?
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