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SubjectRe: Alternative to 'git bisect visualize'?
On Tue, 10 Apr 2007 15:45:33 -0400 Stuart MacDonald wrote:

> From: Paolo Ornati [mailto:ornati@fastwebnet.it]
> > I think this should work:
> >
> > 1) look at "git-bisect log" and take the last good/bad pair
> >
> > 2) "cat .git/refs/heads/bisect" to see where you are now
> >
> > 3) git-log --pretty=oneline GOOD..BAD
> >
> > 4) search for the current commit (found in #2) with "/CURRENT_COMMIT",
> > now move around and choose another commit to test
> >
> > 5) git-reset --hard COMMIT_TO_TEST
>
> That is exactly what I needed, many many thanks. I have moved off the
> broken area of commits and am back into bisecting.
>
> Where would be the appropriate place to submit this as a feature
> request, to complement "git bisect visualize"; git, LKML or somewhere
> else? I'm picturing an ncurses/menuconfig-style app.
>
> ..Stu

see http://git.or.cz/, this section: Community and Development


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