“TAG – diff” in gitweb – is it possible?

Suppose I have two versions v0.1 and v0.2. In between, there are about 20 commits. Now if I want to make a kind of code review on the two versions, gitweb only offers me the possibility to make diffs between each commit. I would just like a diff of all commits done in between the two versions . Is that possible?
On the command line it would look like this:

git diff v0.1 v0.2

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    On Gitweb, you can just alter the commitdiff URL to add the previous commit in the parameter hp

    E.g. on my gitweb where 0.6.9_beta2 and 0.6.9_beta3 are tags:


    You can specify branches too. As long as you use valid unambiguous local ref names, you’re ok

    On the CLI, I routinely use

    git diff v0.1 v0.2 | kompare -o -
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