$ git rev-list dev
4f9a02e3d0ff854e4190575192c824712028d085
69eabea744f42990089aaf1334381e455a680bbe
dbdf75f50b4eb08c23b90bf03488cc61de6cd9fd

Last one is D commit.
So, yes shows it.


2015. június 24., szerda 20:22:43 UTC+2 időpontban Konstantin Khomoutov a 
következőt írta:
>
> On Wed, 24 Jun 2015 11:06:52 -0700 (PDT) 
> Konrád Lőrinczi <klor...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote: 
>
> > $ git rebase --root --onto orig dev 
> > First, rewinding head to replay your work on top of it... 
> > Applying: E 
> > Applying: F 
> > 
> > 
> > The result is: 
> > A---B---C  orig 
> >             \ 
> >               E---F  dev 
> > Still missing the "D" root of dev. 
>
> Can you proof that "dev" indeed has that D commit? 
>
> I mean, miracles are rare and far in between so I'd rather beleive 
> you're misinterpreting what's in your *real* history. 
>
> The thing is, --onto and --root disable the rebase's default logic 
> for figuring out what part of the tree to be rebased to pick and where 
> to tuck it onto.  Basically, it's just like saying "don't be smart, do 
> what I said, period".  So to me, it really looks like there's no that 
> "D" commit. 
>
> What happens if you do 
>
>   git rev-list dev 
>
> ?  Does it really show you all the commits you need? 
>

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