I will not suggest a proper way to do code review, as it is not what you 
requested, but I will try to answer to your question.

There are two different ways to get a zip archive from a Git repository.

*1) Use the command git bundle <http://git-scm.com/docs/git-bundle>*
It will create a compressed file that preserves Git related information.
It can be fetched and pulled in another machine with Git installed

*2) Use the command git archive <http://git-scm.com/docs/git-archive>*
It will create a simple zip with your files, and no Git related information.
You can diff changes to another source code base using your preferred diff 

Here you can find an example of usage:

This is my humble contribution :)
Have a nice day,

Il giorno venerdì 13 marzo 2015 13:40:12 UTC+1, Raluca Popa ha scritto:
> Hi all,
> I use GIT for the source control.
> Is there a plugin to integrate with GIT in order to have the chance to 
> create an archive with the local changes?
> 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.
> This would be very easy to review the code I wrote and give me the proper 
> feedback..
> Is there a command/plugin for GIT to satisfy such requirement?
> Thank you!

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