It's in 'specifying revisions' sections of various man pages.

The two symbols are counting depth, then which parent to take (rather than the 
first) as you back track through the DAG graph og the commit history.

Philip
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  Subject: [git-users] git name-rev --tags ouput


  what's the meaning of the following in git name-rev <sha> output.
  i know the commit went into 100.15 version, but what to make
  of ^2~4^2~1, any pointer to documentation ?



  tags/100.15^2~4^2~1


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