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"git annotate" does the same thing, but "git blame" can be more fun / dramatic if you're looking into the cause of a problem.

Interestingly, "svn annotate" had 2 aliases: "svn blame" and "svn praise". But git didn't add a "praise" alias, just "blame". I actually almost submitted a PR to add "git praise" one time.

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