On Mon, Aug 07, 2017 at 08:28:15AM -0700, Chris Murphy wrote:

[...]
> ą % git --version
> git version 2.13.0
> 
>  % git log branchA..branchB | grep 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> commit 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> 
> ą % git log branchA | grep 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> commit 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> 
> ą % git log branchB | grep 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> commit 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> 
> ą % git branch --contains 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc | grep 
> "branchA\|branchB"
> * branchA
>   branchB
> 
> ą % git log --left-right branchA...branchB | grep 
> 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> commit > 9ba8f06829b2d2170f23254ed3fe8f3727fe56dc
> 
> I believe that is an incorrect result for the double dot syntax.

Just a quick reality check: the latter command uses the triple-dot,
which is different from double-dot in its semantics.
Is it intentional or an oversight?

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