ryenus <rye...@gmail.com> writes:

> For now the best use case I can think of is with git-reflog, e.g.,
> the meaning of `git reflog HEAD` and `git reflog feature-branch`
> are quite different, even if I'm currently on the feature-branch,
> especially when I want to track the rebase histories (if any).

"git reflog" gives you the reflog of HEAD in numbered format
(HEAD@{1}, HEAD@{2}, etc.), and "git reflog HEAD@{now}" is an
interesting way to tell it "I want that same HEAD reflog but not in
numbered but in timed format).

"git reflog @{0}" and "git reflog @{now}" give you the reflog of the
current branch in these formats.

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