I was trying to check whether a certain branch contained a commit and ran:
git branch --contains ddc150f7a33ae0c9cb16eaac3641abc00f56316f master
This resulted in:
fatal: A branch named 'master' already exists.
When "name" does not exist, this command creates a branch. I expect this
command to search the mentioned branch, not trying to create it. The manual
page of git-branch(1) does not mention such special behavior either.
Git version 220.127.116.11
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