How can I view the history of a single branch in EGit for eclipse

When reviewing code in eclipse using EGit plugin, before merging it to the develop branch, you switch to the branch and see what files changed with the commits on that branch. For this I would like to see -only- the commits to the current checked out branch. When using Team -> Show in History, I get the complete history across all branches.

How can I view only the commits to the current checked out branch, instead of having to search trough the complete GIT history to find the relevant commits?

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “How can I view the history of a single branch in EGit for eclipse”

    You can check the filte button in the History View:

    The last one, if unselected, should focus the history to the current branch only.

    un-check check the "Additional Ref"

    You might need to un-check the “Additional Ref” option. please see the attached image.

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