Memorising branch order in git rebase



In a git rebase command, which branch comes first? The branch being rebased, or the branch on which a branch is being rebased?


Add on before the first branch in a git rebase command.

So, read git rebase master as git, rebase on master.

Read git rebase master feat/x as git, rebase on master, feat/x.

A bit clunky, but good enough for me.