small git lesson [Was: Re: Revert 737a3bb9416ce2a7c7a4170852473a4fcc9c67e8 ?]
paubert at iram.es
Wed Apr 13 20:31:44 EST 2011
On Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 10:59:14AM +0200, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> Uwe Kleine-König <u.kleine-koenig at pengutronix.de> writes:
> > $ git name-rev --refs=refs/tags/v2.6\* 69a07f0b117a40fcc1a479358d8e1f41793617f2
> > 69a07f0b117a40fcc1a479358d8e1f41793617f2 tags/v2.6.39-rc2~3^2~43^2~4
> > so it was introduced just before -rc2.
> $ git tag --contains 69a07f0b117a40fcc1a479358d8e1f41793617f2
So who is right? I think it was before rc1.
Anyway I'm aware that there are other git commands, although for the option
details I often have to have a look at the man page.
However in this case the main reason to fire gitk was to have a quick look
at the patch and its context, and simply reported the "Precedes" line
in the display, which is 2.6.39-rc1. It also follow v2.6.37-rc2, which means
that it has been quite a long time outside the main tree.
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