On Tue, May 06, 2014 at 08:49:22PM +0200, Matthieu Moy wrote:
> Exactly. I personally never use "git blame" outside "git gui blame" for
> this reason.
I'd recommend "tig blame" for this, too, which behaves like "less -S"
with respect to long lines (and also makes it easy to jump to the full
diff, or restart the blame from the parent of the found commit).
> 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).
Agreed. We already get some confusion from users with "git has set $LESS
for me". Changing it to "git set up $LESS depending on which command is
running" seems like it would cause more of the same.
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