I read that as identifying a unified hunk of change saying the changed part 
was the two lines of the pre-change image starting at line #1, and is the 
three lines starting at line #1 in the post-change image. After that line 
comes the actual differences.  FWIW, I like the writeup on StackExchange 

On Saturday, December 14, 2013 3:16:58 PM UTC-8, Human Being wrote:
> Can someone tell me how to interpret *@@ -1,2  +1,3 @@* in the following 
> screen shot taken from the GIT GUI display of Branch History of a GIT 
> Project?  Thank you.
> <https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-kq3ISNuxslU/Uqzl_s9ZEYI/AAAAAAAAAAU/Zl0tHnde4c0/s1600/KatieBranchHistory_1C.png>

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