Always on the lookout for Git timesavers, I’m a regular user of Vincent Driessen’s
git-flow and TJ’s
git-extras. The newest addition to my git toolbox is
git-grep-diff from Oscar Del Ben. This simple bash script allows you to search your git diff history and look for a given search pattern:
git grep-diff <number_of_revisions_to_search> <query>
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