On Sep 2, 5:17 pm, julian <thefool...@gmail.com> wrote:
> How do I know if there have been changes to a remote tracked repo that
> have not been pulled to my local repo, from my local repo without
> actually doing a pull?
You just do `git fetch` and then see a list of changes using something
like `git log ^master origin/master`.

The alternate way, which won't require you to download missing objects
(that's what`git fetch` does) but at the same time won't allow you to
see the actual commits by which the trees differ, is calling `git
remote show origin`.
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