Viewing Unpushed Git Commits

You can view changes you have made in your local repository which haven’t been pushed to the origin (remote) repository using the following command:

git log origin/<yourbranchname>

In case your local branch has been configured with an upstream branch, then you can use the below shorthand:

git log @{u}..

or

git log @{upstream}..

If you want to see only the list of unpushed files between your local git repository and the remote repository, you can use the following useful snippet:

git log origin/<yourbranchname>.. --name-only --pretty="format:" | sort | uniq

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