On Fri, 27 Dec 2013 18:34:11 +0400
Konstantin Khomoutov <kos...@domain007.com> wrote:

> If you implied, without spelling that, that rel-1 *moved* since the
> point both branches diverged, then the answer is "use git-log":
> The call
>   git log rel-1 ^rel-2
> or, spelling the same the other way,
>   git log rel-2..rel-1
> would show the commits reachable from rel-1 but not reachable from
> rel-2.

Sorry, that should have been

   git log rel-2 ^rel-1
   git log rel-1..rel-2

instead because you'd want the reverse: to see all the commits reachable
from rel-2 but not reachable from rel-1 (and hence "not present on it"
-- even though this is technically not correct to describe it this way).

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