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SubjectRe: [was: Linux v2.6.14-rc4] fix textsearch build warning

On Tue, 11 Oct 2005, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> HOWEVER. What you actually want to see is probably
> git-diff-tree -p --pretty dd0fc66
> which shows the commit as "patch" (-p) and a "pretty header" (--pretty).

Oh, and in the (more common) case when you don't actually know the commit
ID, just the file that was changed, do

git-whatchanged -p include/linux/textsearch.h

which shows only the commits (and the _parts_ of those commits) that
change that particular file (or list of files: you don't have to limit
yourself to just one file - you can track a whole directory or an
arbitrary list of files/directories).

And no, my tree doesn't contain your patch. My tree just contains Al's
first part, that added the typedef and replaced the existing users of
"unsigned int __nocast gfp_mask" to use that typedef.

I'll merge the full series after 2.6.14..

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