On Mon, Jun 19, 2006 at 08:14:45PM -0700, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> But that's not the point.
> I want to know what I'm pulling _ahead_ of time, AND I WANT TO KNOW THAT
> WHAT I PULL IS WHAT THE SENDER INTENDED ME TO PULL!
No arguments; that's a different question.
I'm _not_ saying that you should <something>.
I'm saying that often _I_ am curious about the log _in_ _some_ _remote_ _tree_.
Preferably - without fetch + git log + rm .git/refs/tmp + git prune, which
is how I do that now. git prune is quite slow, for one thing...
It's not about kernel or getting stuff merged; the question is about git
and cheaper way to do the thing I often find useful. IOW, read that as
"BTW, is there a way to get such information out of git without too much
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