Thank for your replies.
Tags look to be the solution I need, so I have an extra question: can
I use the same tag for multiple commits?

My idea is to tag all the commits that I will deploy in production
with the same annotated tag ("deployed" for instance) so when I run
got show deployed I can see the list of all and only  the deployed

Thanks again


On Jan 20, 9:18 am, Jeenu <> wrote:
> On Jan 19, 7:59 am, Macsig <> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > let us say I usually push several commits to my repo from a machine
> > (A) and sometimes I pull the latest version from an other machine (B).
> > Is there a command to know what was the former commit pulled from B?
> Pull is actually two operations combined - a 'fetch' followed by a
> 'merge'. So I guess what you want to know is the log of the latest
> commit fetched from your repo. If that's the case, you should be
> looking at 'git show FETCH_HEAD'. FETCH_HEAD contains the latest
> fetched HEAD from the remote.
> See git help fetch.
> HTH.
> --
> Jeenu

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