git diff to find differences in file between revisions
git diff [--options] <commit> <commit> [--] [<path>...]
For example, for ‘between now and 2 commits back’:
$ git diff HEAD^^ HEAD main.c $ git diff HEAD~2 HEAD -- main.c
Paths need to be relative to the root of the repo.
Another option (can do different files) is:
git diff <revision_1>:<file_1> <revision_2>:<file_2>
Source: git - How do I diff the same file between two different commits on the same branch? - Stack Overflow
-- makes it work for files with weird names like
-p, good for scripts but rarely needed in practice).
Previously: 230221-1406 Gitlab has a git graph and comparisons
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