Johannes Sixt <> writes:

> Am 1/16/2014 7:19, schrieb Misha Penkov:
>> I have a file in a git repo. It has changed during the last two
>> commits. I want to see the changes made in these two commits. The
>> following command should work:
>>     git diff HEAD^^
> Here, you revert the change...
> ... that you made here.
> Unsurprisingly, the net effect is no change in that area -- and git diff
> tells you exactly that.

Looks like I should have looked into the diffs before making my guess
about what happened.

David Kastrup

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