On Thu, 11 Jul 2013 03:24:53 -0700 (PDT)
Akira Tsuchiya <akira...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I want to retrieve the commit history of a given file.
> What command should I issue?
> I expect the command like below.
> D:\GitTest> git show --commit-history test.txt
> 8194aaa
> c419234
> ...

git log --follow --format=%H test.txt

As Git does not explicitly track renaming and copying of files, you
might want to read up the `git log` manual on the "--find-renames",
"--find-copies" and "--find-copies-harder" command-line options, if you
find the defaults for Git's heuristics of sensing file's lifetime are
not sufficient to uncover the file's past life.

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