Vegard Nossum <> writes:

> "git log rev^..rev" is commonly used to show all work done on and merged
> from a side branch. This patch introduces a shorthand "rev^-" for this
> and additionally allows "rev^-$n" to mean "reachable from rev, excluding
> what is reachable from the nth parent of rev". For example, for a
> two-parent merge, you can use rev^-2 to get the set of commits which were
> made to the main branch while the topic branch was prepared.
> Signed-off-by: Vegard Nossum <>

Very nicely done.  Thanks for a pleasant read.

Will queue.

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