Jeff King <> writes:

> On Thu, May 08, 2014 at 01:52:38PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>>              (                                         103) 
>>     7bbc458b (Kyle J. McKay  2014-04-22 04:16:22 -0700 104) test_expect_...
>>              (                                         105)         test...
>>     7bbc458b (Kyle J. McKay  2014-04-22 04:16:22 -0700 106)         git ...
>>              (                                         107)         test...
>> which does away with the misleading information altogether.
>> I myself is leaning towards the latter between the two, and not
>> overriding "-b" but introducing another "cleanse the output of
>> useless bottom information even more" option.
> Though I rarely use boundary commits, this one makes the most sense to
> me (when I do use them, I just mentally assume that the information in
> the boundary line is useless; this is just making that more apparent).

It is unclear to me what "this one makes the most sense to me" is
referring to, in particular whether it encompasses the "and not
overriding" part of the paragraph.

David Kastrup
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