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So, I have a local branch "feature/feature1" that branches off "develop".
While I am working on the feature branch I make 3 commits. In the meantime, someone makes 18 commits on the develop branch.
As a responsible git user before merging my changes into "develop" I rebase "feature/feature1" onto develop.
Of course now "origin/feature/feature1" is not up to date with "feature/feature1" anymore. The top most entry in the git history graph is now "feature/feature1".
It is 18 commits ahead of "origin/feature/feature1" and 3 commits ahead of "origin/develop".
However, Sourcetree tells me that it is "18 commits ahead and 3 commits behind".
Should this not be "18 commits ahead and 3 commits ahead" instead?
Or am I understanding something wrong?