I was expecting 'git log --after' to show me commits after a given date
time. What it does is includes the commit at the time stamp provided, why
is that? Is this a bug?
example - I've kept track of the date of my last commit by doing the
git show -s --format="%ci" <a commit hash>
which gives me a date like this:
YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Z
Then I was thinking I could get the commit log after this by using the
git log --after="YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Z"
In the resulting output the commit referenced in 'a commit hash' above is
included, which is not what I'd expect and makes working with the output
more difficult afterward.
Is there a way to get a list of commits after another commit, using the
other commit as a reference point or will it always included the previous
commit I used as a reference point?
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