Looks like the git log command can't. There is a color.branch.current 
option in the git config which works nicely for the git branch command, but 
not for git log.
The only way I see is to make a small script which calls git branch first 
(or simply prints the .git/HEAD file).
Git log is not interested in which branch is current; a bare repository has 
no current branch.

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