Raluca Popa <typsy1...@gmail.com> writes:
> For instance I want to create an archive (zip/jar - I am coding in Java) 
> with the files I changed in order to send them via e-mail to a technical 
> team lead. That team lead will download the archive I sent and create using 
> a command line/user interface command, just to create my own local changes 
> on his local machine.

> Is there a command/plugin for GIT to satisfy such requirement?

The question is "Why would you want to do that?"  There are various ways
to push your commit to a central sever, from which the team lead can
download it, and examine it with all the facilities of Git (in
particular, git-diff).  Why create a separate archive file and e-mail it
to the TL?


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