git-diff command can help with finding all files that have changed
between two branches. For instance, if you are at the
HEAD of your current
feature branch and you’d like to see the list of files that have changed
since being in sync with the
master branch, you’d formulate a command like
git diff --name-only master
--name-only flag is important because it cuts out the rest of the
You’ll want to list the older branch first and the current branch second as a way of showing what has changed from the original branch to get to the current branch.
Though the example shows the use of branches any git reference can be used to see what has changed between two commits.
man git-diff for more details.