Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Ramkumar Ramachandra <artag...@gmail.com> writes:
>> I want to compare two files in a git repository and tell which one was
>> introduced into the repository earlier, assuming that they're in the
>> same history line (by ancestry, not timestamp).  The naive way to do
>> this is to find the individual commits that introduced the files
>> (`rev-list HEAD -- <filename> | tail -n 1`), and...
> This must be a trick question but the naïve way I think of is
>         git log --diff-filter=A -- path1 path2

Thanks, I didn't know about --diff-filter.  I'll need one extra step
to figure out which commit corresponds to the introduction of which
file, no?
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