I just wrote a wrapper around git cherry which adds a splash of
colour, and facilitates exclusion of commits which should never be
upstreamed, by using a git-notes(1) namespace as a blacklist.
It's just a quick hack and Ruby probably won't be to everyone's taste,
but I thought I'd mention it just in case it's of use / interest.
I'm not sure whether it would make sense to move this functionality
into git cherry itself. Adding (optional) colour support would bring
it in line with some of the other porcelain, I suppose.
There are other git utilities in that repository which may also be of
(I do not claim that any of them are beautiful code, but they work for
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