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Reviewing Changes and Using git diff

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    [Chapter 8 with Blake Hall]
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    We can use git to review changes both before commits
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    and between branches in our repository
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    using the git diff command.
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    In this lesson, we'll take a look at git diff in more detail,
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    comparing a couple of different branches as well as comparing files
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    from our staging area and index before we add them to the repository.
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    We'll also take a look at the git diff tool
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    to use a third-party program on the Mac OS called FileMerge
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    to make reading our diff output a little bit easier.
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Reviewing Changes and Using Git Diff

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This lesson covers the `git diff` command and how to use the command along with a Git Treeish reference to view the differences in a project or a single file between two commits. Or alternatly between the current HEAD and the working tree. We'll also take a look at integrating Git with some external diff tools that make reading the output from the `git diff` command a bit easier.

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