annotate | blame | an
show per-line commit information for given files
Show file contents where each line is annotated with information about the commit that last changed that line.
This command is useful for discovering when a change was made and by whom.
If you include
--date, the revision number is
suppressed unless you also include
-a/--text option, annotate will skip binary files.
-a, binary files will be annotated anyway.
Returns 0 on success.
|annotate the specified revision|
|don't follow copies and renames|
|treat all files as text|
|list the author (long with -v)|
|list the filename|
|list the date (short with -q)|
|list the revision number|
|list the changeset (default)|
|show line number at the first appearance|
|ignore white space when comparing lines|
|ignore changes in the amount of white space|
|ignore changes whose lines are all blank|
|ignore changes in whitespace at EOL|
|include files matching the given patterns|
|exclude files matching the given patterns|
|list phabricator diff id|