On 03/29/2013 07:49 PM, Jeff King wrote:
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 07:07:32PM +0100, Matthias Krüger wrote:
I use git mostly for game-development which means I have to deal with
a lot of binary files (images, sound files etc).
When I came to a point where I had run image optimization on a
branch, I wanted to know of course how much smaller the new branch
was in comparison to master.
Problem was that 'git diff --stat' would only summerize
per-binary-file size changes and 'git diff --shortstat' did skip the
binary files entirely.
Have you tried "--summary"? Combined with --stat (or --shortstat) I
wonder if it would get you closer to what you want.
No it doesnt.
It appears to append stuff like
delete mode 100644 sound/music/NewTutorialStage.ogg
delete mode 100644 src/pngfuncs.c
delete mode 100644 src/pngfuncs.h
delete mode 100644 src/widgets/widget_text_list.c
delete mode 100644 src/widgets/widget_text_list.h
to the stat but does not summarize the binary file size changes.
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