Git: how is a branch I'm not committing to ahead of origin/master
I work 100% with a branch that I made off of the master branch. Now that a colleague has pushed back to origin/master, I tried to push those changes into my personal branch. When I do a 'git checkout master' followed by a 'git status' I get the following:
# Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 2 commits.
How is a branch I never commit to ahead by 2 commits? What's the best way to find out what commits they are and essentially undo them? I don't wish to push anything back to origin/master as that might cause unknown conflicts.
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