Torstein Hegge <> writes:

> On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 14:13:00 -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> 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?
> The information lies in that those commits are the only commits with an
> unknown state. So if the bisecter hands off the bisect log to someone
> else when they can't test further, the current status is recorded.

That is an interesting use case: "I've narrowed it down somewhat,
but there are a few commits I do not have proper hardware for to
test them, could you take it over from here?"
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