Today, I was cleaning the old work at my work (the good side of being on the support during a really slow week). For a couple of branches, the deleting of branch with -d flag did not work, but I could not see the differences.
I found the answer to show different commits on branches on the internet. Below is the command, when run from the updated master branch.
git log --oneline HEAD...branch-name
I already used the
git log to check the commits on the current branch. I did not know I could use the branch1...branch2 to compare the two branches.
I will most likely use
--oneline more. I knew that there was a way to display it like that, but I always forget how.