Re: Git log print commits between a revision range (inclusive)
- Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2019 16:54:11 +0900
- From: Junio C Hamano <gitster@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Git log print commits between a revision range (inclusive)
wuzhouhui <wuzhouhui14@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> I want to know how to display logs between a revision range (both
> start and end are inclusive). I searched it and only found,
> which doesn't resolve my problem completely, because
> git log <older hash>..<newer hash>
> doesn't contains the log of <older hash>.
$ git log maint --not v2.20.0^@
gives you commits that are reachable from (i.e. ancestors of) maint,
excluding those that are reachable from the set of commits denoted
v2.20.0^@ is how you spell the set of commits that are parents of
the commit v2.20.0.
If your "range" is simple and "old" is a single-parent commit,
$ git log <old>~1..<new>
is equivalent, because <old>~1 (i.e. the first parent of commit
<old>) would be the same as <old>^@ for a single-parent commit, and
because the short-hand "git log A..B" is the same as the long-hand
"git log B --not A".