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Re: [RFC PATCH 0/1] Fuzzy blame




On Wed, Mar 27, 2019 at 3:27 AM Michael Platings <michael@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think it's really important that we make this dead easy for everyone
> to use. The ultimate in ease of use would be for git blame to
> automatically pick up ignore settings without the user having to even
> know that it's happening. But that breaks the principle of least
> astonishment. The next simplest thing I can think of is to add a
> configuration option blame.ignoreRevs which would have the same
> effect, except the user has to opt in.
> Barret has implemented blame.ignoreRevsFile, but I think the world
> will be a more consistent and happier place if we dictate the location
> that the revisions are loaded from, in the same way as .gitignore.
> Deciding what that location should be is one of those bikeshed
> arguments which is perhaps why Barret dodged it :)

And bikeshedding. Another good place to keep these revs is git-notes,
which probably could result in faster lookups too and can be made
visible in git-log. But that's in addition to --ignoreRevsFile, not
replacing it.
-- 
Duy