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We saw how we can visualize our commits with tree-like graph in the post Visualize Git Log Tree.
Okay but sometimes I only need branch names, since I create and add bunch of feature or fixing bugs — a.k.a another feature. Therefore I want to know which branch is the up-to-date one or where this branch comes from. I wanna see the branch relations.
Luckily we have a log format for that:
$ git log --graph --simplify-by-decoration --pretty=format:'%d' --all
It will show branch tree like below:
An alias will be useful for this command since I’m gonna use it a lot.
alias glb='git log --graph --simplify-by-decoration --pretty=format:'%d' --all'