On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 6:55 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> People often find "git log --branches" etc. that includes _all_
> branches is cumbersome to use when they want to grab most but except
> some.  The same applies to --tags, --all and --glob.

This idea looks very familiar, from the wording of this commit message
it seems you came with the idea out of nowhere. Did you?

> Teach the revision machinery to remember patterns, and then upon the
> next such a globbing option, exclude those that match the pattern.
> With this, I can view only my integration branches (e.g. maint,
> master, etc.) without topic branches, which are named after two
> letters from primary authors' names, slash and topic name.
>     git rev-list --no-walk --exclude=??/* --branches |
>     git name-rev --refs refs/heads/* --stdin

My patch does the trick with:

--branches --except --glob='heads/??/*'

Felipe Contreras
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