Benoît Person <> writes:

> On 9 June 2013 08:08, Jeff King <> wrote:
>> I also wonder if it would be useful to be able to specify not only files
>> in the filesystem, but also arbitrary blobs. So in 4b above, you could
>> "git mw preview" to see the rendered version of what
>> upstream has done.
> Hum, so `git mw preview` would just do the get
> request to the remote mediawiki, save it locally and - maybe - load it
> in the browser ? Is it really better than just opening the browser and
> typing the right URL ?
> Currently, this URL is one click away when you have preview file loaded
> in a web browser. is not necessarily the best example, but HEAD^
can exist in your local history and not on the wiki. Even
can be interesting if you have uncommited changes. Not that it's
terribly useful to be able to preview it, but once you can deal with
local files, it should be easy enough to generalize it to any blob.

Matthieu Moy
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