Since I also use mercurial, one thing I am missing in git, when running
git log --graph

Is a information, which commit belongs to which branch (an information
mercurial provides in named branches)

However a solution is to use name-rev 

Like this

git log   --graph --color=always --all --since=2years --decorate --pretty | git 
name-rev --annotate-stdin | less -R

And the resulting graph looks, at least for me, close enough to
mercurial's named branches.

So I am wondering, is this  name-rev information somewhere stored, or
calculated on the fly each time  the command is called?

Thanks and regards

Uwe Brauer

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