I have to make changes to a template file, but on my current branch I was working with the database. So I want to make a new branch just for the Template updates, but need to double check that I didn’t make a change to that file in the commit history of the separate branch
<commit_0>..<commit_1>is shorthand for checking the differences between two commits, not to be confused with...
<commit_0>...<commit_1>- with three dots - which also covers all the commits between the two commits inclusively. Two dots simply compares one with another.
- And you can also exclude one of the commit references, and it will fall back as if
HEADwere used as the value instead. Oh, and you can just use
- It appears you can do stuff like
HEAD~2, but I don’t know what that means yet 😬