If you're looking for the changes in the last commit on mybranch then...

git log --stat -1

...should do what you want whilst you have the mybranch checked out.



On Wednesday, 31 July 2013 11:14:33 UTC+1, Saurav wrote:
> Hi
> Suppose I create a new local branch and name it "mybranch" and made some 
> changes in some files. I commit the changes, checked out to master branch, 
> merged "mybranch" with master branch and pushed the changes to master.
>  I checked out back to "mybranch", now is there anyway to get the list of 
> files in which I made the changes?

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