On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 6:50 AM, Andreas Krey <a.k...@gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm just looking into better displays of the commit graph (as
> displayed with gitk, smartgit, fisheye) - they tend to quickly
> dissolve into a heap of spaghetti.
> We had the idea that treating the first parent specially would
> have some advantage here - including graphically indicating which
> one of the parents of a commit is the first parent. (For instance,
> by letting that line leave the commit node at the top/bottom,
> and the other(s) to the side.)

I don't understand; gitk already shows the first parent starting from
the bottom, and the merge commits arrive from the right side. What am
I missing?

Felipe Contreras
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