I would like to browse commit history of a specific file of my project and visualy side by side difference between two commit.
I can do that easily under the web inteface of Bitbucket (browse source file, select a file and click on diff).
This is working effectively is the file that you are looking for was modified between selected commits. If you are looking for modification in a file you have to search commit by commit.
In the Bitbucket interface, you can see for a specific file which commit is impacting.
Thanks for your comment
If you don't want adjacent commits, it looks like Tim's method of control- or command- clicking commits to see a compiled diff works in the Log Selected window as well. So, "Log Selected..." the file you want, click one commit you want to diff, then control- or command- click the other.
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