I need to understand changes to a file between two releases represented by my current master and branch new_branch. Normally, I would run the following if path/name are the same in both branches.
git diff new_branch -- path/file
What do I do when path/file is different between the two branches?
I can fallback and create another cloned repository and checkout new_branch. Then do unix's sdiff. I was just wondering if the authors of git diff anticipated this scenario and built something in to handle it.
--Thank you, --Mike Jr.