We are using BitBucket for code repository.
Currently when ever code drop happening, deployment team is taking complete files (Master branch) and deploying to server (replacing the files if exists).
Is it possible to take Delta files to some temporary branch by comparing the current Bitbucket release with previous release versions. So that we can provide this Delta files Branch to team to deploy them to server
Hi @jetty ramu
Welcome to the community.
You can compare 2 versions of either commits or branches by using the Git diff command.
git diff --stat branch1...branch2
git diff --stat commit_hash1...commit_hash2
You can also explore Bitbucket Pipelines (if you haven't used it) to automate it for you. The idea is to run a Pipelines build by comparing those 2 branches or commits and optionally save the result somewhere.
Hope it helps and let me know if you have further questions that I can help with.
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