This doesn't make any sense:

cd /tmp
rm -rf blame

git init blame
cd blame

cp ~/dev/git/COPYING COPYING
git add COPYING
git commit -m initial

sed -ne 120,140p COPYING >EXTRACTING
git commit -m second

git log --oneline
git blame -C EXTRACTING

echo >>COPYING
git commit --amend -a --no-edit

git log --oneline
git blame -C EXTRACTING

Why would the first instance find the blame in commit #2, and the
second one at commit #1? If anything, the second instance should have
more trouble finding the original commit.

Felipe Contreras
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