You can use the command `git whatchanged` to list files that were modified
in previous commits. If you want to see the changes, use `git whatchanged
-p` or `git log -p` command.


*William Seiti Mizuta *
Engenheiro de Software Elo7
elo7.com.br <http://www.elo7.com.br/>

On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 6:23 AM, nmh <nidhimitta...@gmail.com> wrote:

> i did
> git clone
>
> made some changes,
>
> git status show files changed.
> (a,b,c,d) (lets assume)
>
> git commit -a
>
> git review.
>
>
> =================================================
>
> now i am back in my local dir.
> git status
>
> git status
> On branch bug/1436865
> nothing to commit, working directory clean
>
> but i want to rework upon those files.
>
> i want to see the files changed in git status and git diff again.
>
> i want to see their prev version so that i can see
> git diff properly and work upon changes.
>
> how to do that ?
>
>
>
>
>
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