On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 4:51 AM, Lauri Kenttä <lauri.ken...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually I just followed the lines in the git graph:
> $ git log origin/PHP-7.1.0RC3 --oneline | head -n2
> 8fe9ea3 Update versions/dates for PHP 7.1.0RC3
> 36d5bed Merge branch 'PHP-7.0' into PHP-7.1
> -> 36d5bed is known to be good, and luckily it's not too old.
> $ git log origin/PHP-7.1 --oneline --graph
> -> searched for 36d5bed and followed up the PHP-7.1 line, which
> is the one with "Merge branch 'PHP-7.0' into PHP-7.1" commits,
> whereas the other branch has "Merge branch 'PHP-7.1'" commits.
> I suppose git when-merged 36d5bed would do the trick, too.

git-when-merged worked well.

MacBook-Pro:PHP-7.1 yohgaki$ git-when-merged -l 36d5bed
refs/heads/PHP-7.1                     8ee842b0ea0d94035fe584ca8a3213902bf663b2
commit 8ee842b0ea0d94035fe584ca8a3213902bf663b2
Merge: 160832e 1bc3e1b
Author: Joe Watkins <krak...@php.net>
Date:   Fri Sep 30 07:23:19 2016 +0100

    Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/php/php-src

MacBook-Pro:PHP-7.1 yohgaki$ git-when-merged --diff 36d5bed | wc -l

It has almost 10k lines of diff, so this would be it.

Davey, please let us know when PHP-7.1 branch is ready for new commits.
I would like to add missing description in UPGRADING.

Thank you,

Yasuo Ohgaki

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