If you use Git every day, you probably make a lot of commits. If you’re using Git every day in a project with other people, it’s safe to assume that everyone is making lots of commits. Every day. And this means you’re aware of how disorienting a Git log can become, with a seemingly eternal scroll of changes and no sign of what’s been changed.

So how do you find out what file changed in a specific commit? It’s easier than you think.

#git #flask

Find what changed in a Git commit
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