I'm using sourceTree.
I want to see all changed I have committed but not pushed to the remote repository
how can I do this?
if not through sourceTree, how can I do this by git cmd ?
In SourceTree, it looks like you only need to select the commits (including the latest commit in the remote repo) in order to see the diff:
From the command line, you can simply run 'git diff origin/master'. Assuming your remote repo is called 'origin' and your branch is 'master'
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