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log: teach "terminator" vs "separator" mode to "--pretty=format"
This attached patch introduces a single bit "use_terminator" in "struct rev_info", which is normally false (i.e. most formats use separator semantics) but by flipping it to true, you can ask for terminator semantics just like oneline format does. The function get_commit_format(), which is what parses "--pretty=" option, now takes a pointer to "struct rev_info" and updates its commit_format and use_terminator fields. It used to return the value of type "enum cmit_fmt", but all the callers assigned it to rev->commit_format. There are only two cases the code turns use_terminator on. Obviously, the traditional oneline format (--pretty=oneline) is one of them, and the new case is --pretty=tformat:... that acts like --pretty=format:... but flips the bit on. With this, "--pretty=tformat:%H %s" acts like --pretty=oneline. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <email@example.com>
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