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Search case in show log

From: Laurent LYAUDET <llyaudet_at_teliae.fr>
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 14:38:51 +0100 (CET)


The following works in "Show log" search bar if you don't use regexp.
You can click "Show all", type in the search bar : "filename1 filename2" and obtain all the commits that modified both files.
However I don't know how to do it with regular expression turned on.

If regular expression is turned on "filename1 filename2" is a unique pattern.
Hence the search returns nothing.

You can modify it into "filename1|filename2" but you will obtain all the commits that modified at least one of the two files instead.

Does someone know a way to separate multiple regexp in that search bar so that only commits matching all regexp will be returned as search result ?
I've found nothing on the internet on this particular question.
Maybe it's never been adressed before.
It would require a convention for strings representing "meta-regular-expressions".
Something like "(regexp1&&regexp2)||regexp3)" where you can guess what semantics is behind &&, ||, and ().

Thanks in advance, best regards,
Laurent Lyaudet


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