Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> Martin Langhoff wrote:
>> On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 2:55 PM, Jonathan Nieder <jrnie...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> My experience is the opposite. I wonder "What did the author of this
>>> nonsense comment mean?" or "What is the purpose of this strange
>>> condition in this if () statement?". Then "git log -S" finds the
>> Only if that if () statement looks that way from a single commit.
>> That's my point. If the line code bit you are looking at is the result
>> of several changes, your log -S will grind a while and find you
> Well, no, it should find the final change that brought it into the
> current form. Just like "git blame".
I still don't know exactly what -G and -S do. The documentation can
be improved, no? A nice example would definitely help.
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