On Monday, August 26, 2013 11:22:53 PM UTC+2, Boris Trivic wrote:

> Hi everyone.
>
> I am programmer and I am developing some application connected to GIT. The 
> task is to get list of changed files in selected commit. I know how to read 
> list of commits:
>
> .git/log/HEAD
>

That is not the normal commit log. It's the 
reflog: https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-reflog.html

>
> I also know how to get changed files from console:
>
> git show --name-only f1b6aea266bc7053786439bed16a6571f8805a51
>
>
> But I am wondering if I can read some file or files to get same list ?
>

No. The list of commits and the involved files are well compressed inside 
of .git/objects in a myriad of pack-files, and the best way to sort through 
them is, well, Git itself.

What are you trying to achieve here? Perhaps someone has other ideas on how 
to solve your original problem.

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