> git log --oneline branch-name -->  It lists all the commits. Is there a 
> filter option with git log to filter only mentioned branch (branch-name) 
> commits?
>

git checkout master
git log --oneline master..1.2.3-rel
Not giving all the commits of 1.2.3-rel tag

git checkout master
git log --oneline 1.2.3-rel..1.2.4-rel
unknown revision or path not in the working tree
Use '--' to separate paths from revisions


git checkout master
git log --oneline Master..1.2.4-rel
Not giving all the commits of 1.2.4-rel tag

git checkout master
git log --oneline origin/master..1.2.4-rel
Not giving all the commits of 1.2.4-rel tag

git checkout master
git log --oneline 1.2.4-rel ^master
Not giving all the commits of 1.2.4-rel tag


git log --oneline 1.2.4-rel ^master ^origin/master
Not giving all the commits of 1.2.4-rel tag

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