Find long SHA from short SHA for git diff

I was generating difference / changes done in the commit so that I can upload it in ReviewBoard.

I used “git show d9f7121e8ebd4d1f789dab9f8214ada2h480b9cf”. It gave me diff something like…

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  • diff --git a/src/index.php b/src/index.php
    index 3cfa8e8..7f8440d 100644
    --- a/src/index.php
    +++ b/src/index.php
    @@ -12,10 +12,13 @@
     .test {
         .input;
         width: auto;
    +    border-width: 5px;
    +    border-radius: 50%;
     }
    

    When I create .patch file of this diff. Reviewboard rejects it saying “‘3cfa8e8’ revision is not valid format. SHA1 is too short”.

    So I wanted to get long SHA1 from short SHA1 ‘3cfa8e8’.

    I did ‘git show 3cfa8e8’. It just shows me some content of file. Doesn’t show me anything else.

    Any help how can I get long SHA?

    (Note:- All the sha and file diff are example to demonstrate the problem)

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Find long SHA from short SHA for git diff”

    git rev-parse <short sha> should do the trick.

    See also the git rev-parse manpage.

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