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August 30, 2010, 20:13

of course what you did works, but you can also do git log --author=Peter. That will probably be slightly faster. Note that git log is quite the chainsaw. I recently used it to show how many commits I had over three weeks vs my coworkers with something like:

git log --author=fREW --after=Aug.1 --before=Aug.21 --oneline
git log --after=Aug.1 --before=Aug.21 --oneline --not --author=fREW

Pretty cool huh? Also I didn't really use --oneline since I wanted to take out the author for my output and I took part of the time off and the commit id. You can use --format for that iirc

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August 30, 2010, 21:19

Yeah, this is cool, thanks for sharing! Didn't know about --author and --after --before and --oneline.

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