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Commit to master: how to tell whether changes are (still) in master

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The screenshot below, for example. 

To the left:

  • b1231ac
  • a commit to master, apparently.

To the right:

 

2018-10-06 13_31_08.pngI can visually compare things, but it's tedious.

Is there an easier way to tell whether changes from a commit to master are still in master?

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Re: Commit to master: how to tell whether changes are (still) in master

Hey @grahamperrin,

 

Thank you for being here! You can compare the state of your repository across branches, tags, commits, and time periods. Check out how at https://git.io/fx83S. I hope this helps!

 

Best,

Andrea


I hope this helps, AndreaG

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Re: Commit to master: how to tell whether changes are (still) in master

Thanks, but that help page confuses me; marking this topic as Solved was premature.

 

Please, can you apply the relevant part of that page to the example in my opening post?

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Re: Commit to master: how to tell whether changes are (still) in master

For the example in the opening post, should https://github.com/MrAlex94/Waterfox/compare/b1231ac...9c2c0e0 (9c2c0e0 committed five days ago) a starting point of some sort?

For https://github.com/MrAlex94/Waterfox/compare/b1231ac...9c2c0e0#files_bucket I get: 

 

> … too large to display on GitHub.