TLDR
Enter a command. For example: kubectl rollout, rbash, tlmgr backup.

git show-branch

 
Show branches and their commits. More information: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-show-branch.
 
  • Show a summary of the latest commit on a branch:
     
    git show-branch {{branch_name|ref|commit}}
     
  • Compare commits in the history of multiple commits or branches:
     
    git show-branch {{branch_name|ref|commit}}
     
  • Compare all remote tracking branches:
     
    git show-branch --remotes
     
  • Compare both local and remote tracking branches:
     
    git show-branch --all
     
  • List the latest commits in all branches:
     
    git show-branch --all --list
     
  • Compare a given branch with the current branch:
     
    git show-branch --current {{commit|branch_name|ref}}
     
  • Display the commit name instead of the relative name:
     
    git show-branch --sha1-name --current {{current|branch_name|ref}}
     
  • Keep going a given number of commits past the common ancestor:
     
    git show-branch --more {{5}} {{commit|branch_name|ref}} {{commit|branch_name|ref}} {{...}}

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