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Re: Git log print commits between a revision range (inclusive)




As Junio mentioned, "A..B" means all commits reachable from B except those
reachable from A. Understanding this is just a way to say "B --not A" is
important to know you can take advantage of:

`--boundary`
    Output excluded boundary commits. Boundary commits are prefixed with -.

In other words, git log --boundary <older hash>..<newer hash> should give you
exactly what you asked with the small caveat it marks excluded commits
differently.


Cheers,
Rafael Ascensão