Recently Changed Files in git

When setting up a deployment script from git I needed to know what files were recently changed. Here is a useful script that does exactly that. Just change HEAD~4 to whatever commit you want to go back to.

git log --pretty=oneline --name-only HEAD~4..HEAD | sed -E -e '/[0-9a-zA-Z]{40} /d' | sort | uniq

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