David Kastrup <d...@gnu.org> writes:
> Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
>> I still find the output from "git blame" disturbing, though. The
>> first thing I do in "git blame" output is to scroll to the right in
>> order to identify the the area I am interested in, and this first
>> step is not negatively affected, because the right scrolled output
>> automatically wraps long lines.
>> But my second step is to scroll back to the left edge to find the
>> commit object name and at that point, the new default output without
>> "S" gets somewhat annoying, because most of the output lines from
>> "git blame" are longer than my window width.
> git blame sucks in anything but fullscreen either way. It would help to
> display _only_ the source code and have the other info as mouse-over,
> but that's not something a pager can do.
Exactly. I personally never use "git blame" outside "git gui blame" for
It's possible for a user to set pager.blame to "less -S" to get back to
the previous behavior only for blame.
The idea of having a separate default value for pager.blame (or set
$LESS differently for blame) crossed my mind, but I actually don't like
it, as it would make it harder for a user to fine-tune his configuration
manually (one would have to cancel all the corner-cases that Git would
set by default).
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