Git: How to check if a local repo is up to date?


I would like to know if my local repo is up to date (and if not, ideally, I would like to see the changes).

How could I check this without doing git fetch or git pull ?


Try git fetch --dry-run
The manual (git help fetch) says:

Show what would be done, without making any changes.

Answered By – Philip Oakley

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