How to get SHA of the latest commit from remote git repository?
Does anyone know how to get the latest SHA of a given branch from outside a git repository?
If you are inside a git repository, you can do:
git log origin/branch_X | head -1
However, I am not inside a git repository, and I would like to avoid having to
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