I see someone has answered a similar question here: 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8259851/using-git-diff-how-can-i-get-added-and-modified-lines-numbers

Not really any good answers though. I think this is something you'll have 
to build a script for. 

A starting point could be to get the files of the commits (git show 
[commit] --name-status) - and then do git blame | grep [commit] on the 
results. There's probably a more elegant way to do this using low-level git 
commands.

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