On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 10:21 PM, John Keeping <j...@keeping.me.uk> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 06:35:57PM +0200, Francis Moreau wrote:
>> I'm trying to use "git log --cherry ..." in order to display new, kept
>> and removed commits between two branches A and B.
>> So commits which are only in B are considered new and should be marked
>> with '+'. Commits which are in both branches are marked with '=' but
>> only commit in branch B are shown. Eventually commits which are in A
>> but not in B anymore should be marked with '-'.
>> So far I found this solution:
>>   $ git log --cherry-mark --right-only A...B
>>   $ git log --cherry-pick  --left-only   A...B
>> but I have to call twice git-log. This can be annoying since depending
>> on A and B, calling git-log can take time.
>> Is there another option that I'm missing which would do the job but
>> with only one call to git-log ?
> Does this do what you want?
>     git log --cherry-mark --left-right A...B |
>     sed -e '/^commit / {
>         y/<>/-+/
>     }'

Nope because --left-right shows common commits (with '=' mark) that
belong to A *and* B, and I'd like to have only the ones in B.

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