On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 12:14:20AM +0100, Dirk wrote:
> I added a file history browser for a single file in the gitk. I use git log
> with the option --follow. This option is useful for the user switch from cvs
> to git. He misses a history from only one file and the function "Highlight
> this only" breaks by moved files. The new option do not break by the moved
> files. I use ideas from the tkcvs branch dialog.
How is this better than running "gitk --follow -- file"?
Also, it's rather a large patch with only a two-line patch description,
which is not really adequate. And it's missing a Signed-off-by.
I think the right way to do this is to have the file menu option
create a new view specifying the file and the --follow option,
rather than creating a whole new window.
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