Torstein Hegge <> writes:

> I took another look at this. I wasn't able to come up with anything
> useful for the "The merge base $rev is bad" case, but for the "only
> skipped commits left to test" case one could do something like this.

We skipped them because we can gain _no_ information from testing
these commits. They are not even "possibly bad", but are "unknown".

So it feels to me that by definition listing them would not be
useful. What am I missing?

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