git log –follow, the gitpython way

I am trying to access the commit history of a single file as in:

git log --follow -- <filename>

I have to use gitpython, so what I am doing now is:

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  • import git 
    g = git.Git('repo_dir') 
    hexshas = g.log('--pretty=%H','--follow','--',filename).split('\n') 

    then I build commit objects:

    repo = git.Repo('repo_dir')
    commits = [repo.rev_parse(c) for c in r]

    Is there a way to do it in a more gitpython-ic way?
    I tried both commit.iter_parents() and commit.iter_items(), but they both rely on git-rev-list, so they don’t have a --follow option.

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    For example,

    With range time:

    g = git.Git("C:/path/to/your/repo") 
    loginfo = g.log('--since=2013-09-01','--author=KIM BASINGER','--pretty=tformat:','--numstat')
    print loginfo


    3       2       path/in/your/solutions/some_file.cs

    You can see the added lines, removed lines and the file with these changes.

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