On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 11:25:32AM +0100, Ephrim Khong wrote:
> Thank you for the explanation, I now understand why this is happening from a
> technical point of view. From a usability perspective, it is a bit confusing
> that a flag that should intuitively increase the number of shown commits
> (--follow) removes a commit from the output. Though this is just a minor
> annoyance, so no strong opinion here.
Sorry, I focused on the --diff-filter aspect of your question. As for
--follow, I think that is less "by design" and more "what happens to
occur, because --follow is a bit of a hack".
So there may be a bug, or room for improvement in the code there, though
if the solution involves turning on diffs for all merges, that may be
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