Vincent van Ravesteijn <> writes:

> The commits that are in the log for master and which are not in the
> log for originssh/master are merged in at "6833fd4 (HEAD, master);
> Completed merge".
> As "git log" can only present the commits in a linear way, it shows
> the commits from the ancentry of both parents of HEAD in a reverse
> chronological order. This means that the commits from the two
> ancestries are mixed and commits that are shown after each other don't
> have to be parent and child. See the documentation of "git log" and
> the section "Commit Ordering": "By default, the commits are shown in
> reverse chronological order."

git log --graph can help with getting a better picture.

David Kastrup
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