Re: Multi-ancestor read-tree notes

From: Matthias Urlichs <smurf@smurf.noris.de>
Date: 2005-09-12 02:45:10
Hi, Daniel Barkalow wrote:

>  I'm actually interested in doing a big spiffy program 
> to do merges with information drawn as needed from the history, stuff 
> happening on a per-hunk level, and support for block moves.

You should look at "meld", which is a nice Python program to do
graphical merges.

In addition to that, I've written a Python interface for direct
(read-only) access to git objects, so you can do more interesting
things without forking off a lot of programs. Expect that work to appear
here shortly.

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