Hi. I'm much more familiar with Mercurial than I am with Git, but I've
decided to take the plunge into Git so that I can use git-svn. Now, I
know that

   % git svn rebase

is kind of like

   % hg pull

With Mercurial, however, you can do

   % hg incoming

if you want to see what the pull will do before you actually do it. I
was imagining that adding the "-n" option to "git svn rebase" would be
the equivalent.

I.e., like so:

   % git svn rebase -n

But the above really doesn't reveal much information at all.

So, what, dear friends, is the proper git-svn equivalent for "hg
incoming"?

Thanks,
|>ouglas

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