----- Original Message ----- From: "Kevin Wilson" <wkev...@gmail.com>
Suppose you have a patch named 0001-great_change.patch

Is there a way by which, using some git command, you can find out
which files this patch changes, without that
you will edit (or cat/more ) that 0001-great_change.patch file?



At the end of the commit message, before the main patch diff, is the summary list of files affected. If the message is sgort a simple screenful in a pager should be sufficient. (I'm assuming you mean that the great_change pactch is one with a very large number of content changes!

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