Jonathan Nieder <> writes:

> Ramkumar Ramachandra wrote:
>> First, <since> and <until> are ways to specify "revisions", not
>> "commits", as gitrevisions.txt would indicate.
> What's the difference between a revision and a commit?  The definition
> in gitglossary(7) only confuses me.

They are the same, but I think it is irrelevant.  We do not want
revision or commit there, anyway.  We want a revision range there.
This is "git log" not "git show".
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