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On 11/25/2013 10:13 PM, Duy Nguyen wrote:
> There's a difference between "skip commits that touch anything
> directory foo even if it also touches something outside of foo" and
> "skip commits that _only_ touches something in foo". Not sure which
> way Phillip wants here. Negative pathspec only supports the latter.
> The former needs a new option in rev-list, because the logic to
> consider a commit not a match if it matches a pathspec is out of
> tree_entry_interesting()'s control.
I'm looking for the latter. Specifically I'm trying to see what changes to the
upstream code a debian package has made so I need to ignore commits that only
change things in debian/.
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