Re: [PATCH 0/2] [GIT PULL] ktest: A couple of fixes

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On Wed, 2012-05-02 at 17:33 -0700, Jakub Narebski wrote:
> Steven Rostedt <rostedt@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> Well, there is "git branch -v -v":
> 
>   $ git branch -v -v
>   [...]
>     gsoc2012-wiki                  0e71ecb [gsoc2012/wiki/master: ahead 11, behind 4] '"Published" and "secret" commits' project
>     html                           8b94cd8 Autogenerated HTML docs for v1.7.7.1-488-ge8e1c
>     i18n-po.pl                     aa8ce2e [git-i18n/ab/i18n-po: ahead 1] po/pl.po: Eliminate fuzzy translations
>     maint                          bf50515 Git 1.7.10.1
>   [...]
>     t/doc-config-extraction        451c2ef [git/trast/t/doc-config-extraction-v2: ahead 2257, behind 3] Documentation: complete config list from other manpages
>     test                           b77178e gitweb: Separate features with no project specific override
>     todo                           10c7888 Meta/dodoc: assign default values
>     user-manual                    4c22f3d Comments to user-manual (WIP)
> 
> 
> I guess that git-for-each-ref could be extended with behind / ahead
> information, perhaps as modifiers to existing %(upstream) field...

Would that list them in order then? Also, having the date printed is
useful, as I sometimes remember the approximate date a I worked on
something.


> 
> P.S. I would associate "git ls" with listing worktree files.
> 

Yeah, I agree. I just wanted a script that had a short and easy name ;-)

git branch-sort

would probably be a better name.


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