I would like to see a log including the files changed in each commit.  I 
normally use 'git log --stat' for this, but it is very slow.  I assume the 
slowness is because it has to diff the file contents to display the right 
number of + and - signs showing the number of lines added and removed.  For 
my purposes I just want to see the filenames (in fact, they are often more 
useful than the log message in quickly seeing what a commit relates to).

Is there some faster alternative to 'git log --stat' which will show 
changes with their log message, author, and affected filenames?

Ed Avis

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