On Monday, August 7, 2017 at 9:48:26 PM UTC+2, Chris Murphy wrote:
> The gist I uploaded was created via
> git log --format=%h\ %d --graph branchA branchB
Is this the _exact_ command you used, or you had some additional grepping
in there as well (as with your other gists)? Only grepping would seem to
explain the crippled graph(s), unless I`m missing something else.
Could you try with these commands instead (without any grepping of the
(*1*) $ git log --format=%h\%d --graph --sparse --full-history branchA
(*2*) $ git log --format=%h\%d --graph --sparse --full-history branchA
That should hopefully provide some more info on the state of your
repository history, both starting from your branch tips and ending (1) at
the parent commit of the merge-base you discovered, or (2) at the parent of
the commit you were originally interested in.
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