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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] [1/2many] - FInd the maintainer(s) for a patch - scripts/
    Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > On Tue, 14 Aug 2007, Joe Perches wrote:
    >> On Tue, 2007-08-14 at 20:03 +0200, Rene Herman wrote:
    >>> "git info --maintainer drivers/ide/ide-cd.c" or some such would say "Alan
    >>> Cox <alan@...>".
    >> Perhaps maintainer(s), approver(s), listener(s)?
    >> I think something like this should be a git-goal.
    >> What do the git-wranglers think?
    > The thing is, if you have git, you can basically already do this.
    > Do a script like this:
    > #!/bin/sh
    > git log --since=6.months.ago -- "$@" |
    > grep -i '^ [-a-z]*by:.*@' |
    sed -r "s/^.*by: \"?([^\"]+)\"?/\1/" |
    > sort | uniq -c |
    > sort -r -n | head
    > and it gives you a rather good picture of who is involved with a
    > particular subdirectory or file.
    Like the script! Especially since it reveled --since=6.month.ago and
    uniq to me.
    Just wondering, why order them in the acked, signed and tested? Other
    then removing those, the added 'sed' also fix the <name> vs
    "<name>"-"problem". + adding '-i' to uniq should help the result too, right?

    Now a simple "diffstat -p1 -l <patch> | xargs <preferred script-name>"
    makes the day. Too bad, as Joe pointed out, it does not include relevant ML.

    Richard Knutsson

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