In git I can easily see the new commits between references like this:
git log SHA1..SHA2
In GitHub I can easily see a git log output with https://github.com/org/repo/commits/SHA1
How can I see the same log from the above
git command in a GitHub webpage? (For the record, https://github.com/org/repo/commits/SHA1..SHA2 does not work.)
You can’t get the exact equivalent of
SHA1...SHA2 (shows commits reachable by either of the two references, but not both of them); see the documentation.
The references can be anything "commit-ish": commit SHAs, tags, branch names…
For the definition of
git on the command line, see the
git log documentation.
For GitHub, this doesn’t seem to be documented, but
.. shows a diff, and
... shows commits and file diffs in separate tabs.