Re: [git-users] Re: how to get the formated patches from the merge id
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Op 15-6-2012 14:56, lei yang schreef:
On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 7:59 PM, Vincent van Ravesteijn<vfr@xxxxxxx> wrote:It is still not clear what you want to accomplish. Your proposal: "git format-patch b724cc1..51bfd29" only gives you the commits that were in the branch 51bfd29 that weren't yet in the branch b724cc1. This just reflect the commits of one of the branches, but not the "work done by the merge commit".but,git format-patch b724cc1..51bfd29 do the same work as what you said "git format-patch 0e93b4b3^1..0e93b4b3^2"
Yes, that's why I said "If this is _really_ what you want, you can do ...".
and I don't understand what you said "branch 51bfd29",51bfd29 is not the branch
I assumed that the merge commit, merged two branches, but I have no clue how they were named. That's why I refer to the branch as the branch which had 51bfd29 as the last commit before the merge.
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