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Git: get commit diff without checking out code, is it possible?

By : Pablo Marquez
Date : October 17 2020, 08:10 AM
wish help you to fix your issue If you use GitHub, you can see it with this URL
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How to view the full commit diff in tig when viewing the diff for a single file?

By : Mohammad Abu Qwider
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue In the Tig text-mode interface for git, one can view a blame for an individual file and then open a diff view to see that commit that modified that line. e.g. , Use the toggle-files action. By default it is bound to '%'.

Git diff-how to get different files(only name) between two tags by git diff and order by the file commit time

By : Eslam Amgad
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Through the command: , Using mart1n's idea:
code :
git log --name-status '--pretty=format:' tag1 tag2 -- target-src | grep -vxh '\s*'
git diff --name-status tag1 tag2 | while read line ; do
    date=$(git log -1 '--pretty=format:%ci' -- "$path")
    echo "$date    $status   $path"
done | sort -r

View diff with diff tool between last commit and current status

By : J. Stan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Try git difftool. That should launch your configured "difftool" from your ~/.gitconfig.

Git maintain two versions of the same code with only one commit diff

By : user3474950
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Short answer: no.
Fast-forward is actually a label move thing, and is conditional on the "is ancestor" property: a label that moves from commit Cold to Cnew has moved in a fast-forward fashion if and only if Cold is an ancestor of Cnew (note that an identity move, i.e., when the two commit IDs are equal, can be considered a fast-forward, or can simply be ignored entirely since it's not actually a move).
code :
C1 <- C2 ... <- C8    <-- HEAD=master
           Cx         <-- localhost/branch
C1 <- C2 ... <- C8 <- C9   <-- HEAD=master
           Cx              <-- localhost/branch
C1 <- C2 ... <- C8      <-- HEAD=master
          \ ...  \
           Cx ... C8x   <-- localhost/branch
C1 <- C2 ... <- C8 <- C9      <-- HEAD=master
          \ ...   \     \
           Cx ... C8x <- C9x  <-- localhost/branch

How to tell `git diff <commit>` to diff untracked files that used to be tracked in `<commit>`?

By : starlight
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps If I want to see the differences between and the working directory (WD), I run , You can use
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