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When I do export -d I sometimes miss recent commits

This is due to a clock difference between the repository and local machines. You can solve it by resetting one or both of the clocks, or specifying a different date as the argument to -D. It's perfectly acceptable to specify a date in the future (such as -D tomorrow), if that's what it takes to compensate for the time difference.

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