Git: Fast Forward Merge

you could look here The ‘fast forward merge’.  This only applies if there are no commits in the destination branch which aren’t already in the source branch. Fast-forward merges create no merge commit and the result looks like a rebase, because the commits just move over to the destination branch – except no history re-writing is needed (we’ll talk about this re-writing in a second). You can turn fast-forward merges off in SourceTree so that a merge commit is always created if you want – check the ‘Create a commit’ option in the Merge dialog or set it globally in Preferences > Git.

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