How can I see the change history of a single file in my Git repository?
We can show the full change history of a file, taking renames into account, using the
git log command:
git log --follow --patch -- name-of-file
--patch/-p flag generates patch text, i.e. diffs of the file across commits. The
--follow flag will include changes across renames in our change log. Note that
--follow will only work if we’re looking at a single file – we should remove this flag if we’re viewing the history of multiple files, or want to exclude history past the file’s most recent renaming.
git log command will output our file’s history as a series of diffs. Alternatively, we can view this information in
gitk, Git’s built-in repository visualizer, by entering this command:
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