Robert Haas <rhaas(at)postgresql(dot)org> writes:
> git_topo_order script, to match up commits across branches.
> This script is intended to substitute for cvs2cl in generating release
> notes and scrutinizing what got back-patched to which branches.
BTW ... I don't especially care for the name you picked for this script.
The fact that it does a topological sort is an implementation detail
that its users couldn't care less about, especially since that doesn't
matter except for corner cases. How about "collate_git_log" or
something along that line?
regards, tom lane
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