I know that with the `git branch` command I can determine which
branches contain a commit. Is there a way to represent this
graphically with `git log`? Sometimes I just have a commit, and I need
to find out what branch contains that commit. The reason why `git
branch --contains` doesn't solve this problem for me is that it names
almost all branches because of merge commits. Too much ancestry has
been built since this commit, so there is no way to find the "closest"
branch that contains that commit.

Is there a way to graphically see what is the "nearest" named ref to
the specified commit in the logs?
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