Thomas Rast <> writes:

> I'll just leave it at that and let you decide what to do (presumably go
> ahead as you already outlined).  I've never actually ever used multiple
> -L in the same log/blame invocation, anyway.

Nobody has ;-).

It is just between my "I often wished while looking at 'less foo.c'
I wanted to give more than on -L to cover two ranges I see in the
file" and your "I do not know if the user can give the first -L to
cover the first range and the second -L to cover the second range".
I do not think neither of us successfully gave more than one -L and
got any useful result.
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