This is incredible!! We ran Prettier our repo about a year ago and it's been a huge thorn trying to get at the history before that commit. After this change it's a breeze, thank you a thousand times @eamodio for writing the code and @russelldavis for suggesting the change!
Basically, you create a file that contains the commits you want to ignore (each on their own line). See here. And then either set blame.ignoreRevsFile in your Git config for that repo, or use --ignore-revs-file <file-name-here> on the command line.
If you don't want to set it in your Git config, you can always make GitLens use it by setting the following in your settings.json
It would be nice to be able to run it from the Command Pallete, and to be able to assign a keyboard shortcut to it.
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