changes between two commits

Hi Guys,

 In my work we are using Code aurora for builds,  before going to release we are making lots of changes in different folders or directories . Here our question is how can we know which files and what are the changes we made in new release as compared with old release.

Is there any command or process ?

Regards,

Srinath

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Andrea

You can compare your commits across time using GitHub.comhttps://help.github.com/articles/comparing-commits-across-time/ .

How can I release only what has changed? Let’s say I want to release changes after 08/01/2019?

I don’t exactly get what you mean. A GitHub “release” is just a Git tag with some extra information attached. You can read more about them here: https://help.github.com/en/articles/creating-releases. You don’t create releases over multiple commits, a release effectively is just a pointer to a commit you’ve already pushed. Do you have a public example repository with a use case so I can explain further?