Finding the SHA1's of all objects in a commit git

Is there a way to retrieve all the SHA1’s for all objects (blobs and trees) inside of a particular commit in git?

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    I’m pretty sure that git rev-list will do what you want:

    git rev-list --no-walk <commit> --objects
    

    See the documentation on git rev-list for more information at http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-rev-list.html.

    Edit: Added --no-walk as per Paŭlo Ebermann’s suggestion; this will only show the objects for the given ref, without the ancestor commits.

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