Annotates each line in the given file with information from the revision which last modified the line. Optionally, start annotating from the given revision.
When specified one or more times, -L restricts annotation to the requested lines.
email@example.com:~# git blame .htaccess ... ^e1fb2d7 (John Doe 2015-07-03 06:30:25 -0300 4) allow from all ^72fgsdl (Arthur King 2015-07-03 06:34:12 -0300 5) ^e1fb2d7 (John Doe 2015-07-03 06:30:25 -0300 6) <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> ^72fgsdl (Arthur King 2015-07-03 06:34:12 -0300 7) RewriteEngine On ...
Please note that
git blame does not show the per-line modifications history in the chronological sense.
It only shows who was the last person to have changed a line in a document up to the last commit in
That is to say that in order to see the full history/log of a document line, you would need to run a
git blame path/to/file for each commit in your