Git diff in summary?

With git pull, it shows a diff summary like this:

Updating 6a78751..811f788
 app/Http/Controllers/SaleController.php    |   7 +-
 .../views/pages/sale/create.blade.php      | 137 +++++++++++++---
 resources/views/pages/sale/index.blade.php |   4 +-
 resources/views/pages/sale/show.blade.php  |   5 +-
 4 files changed, 123 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)

Is there a way to use commands like git diff to get similar output?

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “Git diff in summary?”

    git log --stat will show the amount each file was changed.

    git whatchanged gives some detail into the files that were modified.

    git diff --stat <sha1> <sha2> gives the files and the amount of changes between two commits.

    git diff is indeed the command you seek. In particular you want

    git diff --stat

    Other similar reports are available using

    git diff --numstat
    git diff --shortstat
    git diff --dirstat
    git diff --name-status
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