cherry-pick command allows you to specify a range of commits to be
cherry picked onto the current branch. This can be done with the
style syntax -- where
A is the older end of the range.
Consider a scenario with the following chain of commits:
A - B - C - D.
$ git cherry-pick B..D
This will cherry pick commits
HEAD. This is because the
lower-bound is exclusive. If you'd like to include
B as well. Try the
$ git cherry-pick B^..D
man git-cherry-pick for more details.