Difference in git merge order?
Is there any difference between
git merge c1 c2
git merge c2 c1
? Also, is there any difference between
git checkout c1
git merge c2
git checkout c2
git merge c1
I would like git merge to default to --no-ff and git pull to use --ff when it merges the fetched branch. Is there a way to configure git to do this automatically?
Another question said git pull is like a git fetch + git merge. But what is the difference between git pull VS git fetch + git rebase?
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