Thomas Rast wrote:

> If you define it that way, the output of
>   git blame -L 4,6; git blame -L /A/,+20
> is significantly different from
>   git blame -L 4,6 -L /A/,+20
> Not just in the presentation or any possible coalescing, but in the
> meaning of the ranges.

I can see both meanings being useful.  I suspect that the "restart at
the top of the file for each LHS regex" meaning would be more useful,

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