|| ||Paul Mackerras <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|| ||gitk-1.1 out|
|| ||Wed, 1 Jun 2005 20:09:15 +1000|
The latest version of gitk is at:
(yes, a real tarball this time, with a README even. :)
New features in this version include:
* Commits that are pointed to by a tag in .git/refs/tags are now
marked with a little yellow "luggage label" shape attached to the
circle representing the commit. The tag name is written on the
* Gitk now uses git-rev-list instead of git-rev-tree. This means it
should be faster when looking at just a small range of commits.
Instead of using "gitk HEAD ^ORIG_HEAD" though, you need to use
"gitk HEAD ORIG_HEAD"; the arguments are passed to git-rev-list,
which takes slightly different arguments from git-rev-tree.
Unfortunately gitk still needs to see the whole git-rev-list output
before it can start to draw the graph; I plan to address this.
* You can now type a tag name or a SHA1 id in the SHA1 field, and
press return or the "Goto" button to jump to that commit.
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