case is follows:

commit A : initial empty commit
commit B : modified a.txt
commit C : modified a.txt
commit D : add b.txt
commit E : modified a.txt

E <-- master
B <-- foo_branch

I'm in foo_branch. 
If I do "git cherry-pick commit-E" then BASE will be commit C. (B will be 
LOCAL and E will be REMOTE.)

Is this right? and how can I get BASE commit ID?


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