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How to know the two commit is the same in Git

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I have two commit in different branch, the commit-id is different, but and the content is the same, is there a method to prove its the same use one-liner.

posted Jun 8, 2013 by anonymous

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If you want to see all changes to the file between the two commits on a commit-by-commit basis, you can also do

git log -u $start_commit..$end_commit -- path/to/file
answer Feb 24, 2014 by Amit Kumar Pandey
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