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Hide merged revisions (both ways)

From: Daniel Stiefelmaier <stiefelmaier_at_teamviewer.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 2015 13:36:35 +0000

When merging from A to B, the selection dialog (specific range -> Show log) contains the option
"Hide non-mergeable revisions", which hides revisions already merged to B.

I'd appreciate an option that hides those revisions that were merged from B to A,
as I don't intend to merge back these merges.
Let's name this option "Hide revisions merged from destination" for the moment.

In effect, if I enable both options, I would get a list of changes only present in A, but not in B.
(Of course, this doesn't work cleanly if you ever commited merges from different sources (e.g. B and C to A) in a single commit,
which doesn't sounds like a sane thing to do anyway. If you did, that revision should not be hidden I guess.)

This list would only contain the revisions I actually want to merge.
If you merge often from B to A, hiding these merges when merging from B to A
makes the list much more clear and manageable.

I think there is no clean (or obvious?) way to achieve this at the moment.
I can add a filter "-merge", which works if merges contain a suitable comment.

I hope I explained it well enough :)



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