How to view assets that have changed in build

When I manually trigger a deployment (without modifying any file in my source code), I see the following in the build output:

2 new files uploaded
2 assets changed.

Is there a way to get Netlify to tell me which files have changed?

Netlify site name:

Build log summary:

Deploy summary

  • 2 new files uploaded
    2 assets changed.

  • 69 redirect rules processed
    All redirect rules deployed without errors.

Build log:

12:10:27 PM: ────────────────────────────────
12:10:27 PM:   2. Deploy site                                                
12:10:27 PM: ────────────────────────────────
12:10:27 PM: ​
12:10:27 PM: Starting to deploy site from '_site'
12:10:27 PM: Creating deploy tree 
12:10:27 PM: 2 new files to upload
12:10:27 PM: 0 new functions to upload
12:10:28 PM: Site deploy was successfully initiated
12:10:28 PM: ​
12:10:28 PM: (Deploy site completed in 577ms)


@hispanic I don’t think so, but you could download the current and previous deploys via the Netlify dashboard and then use “diff -rqy” on the command line to see each difference.


diff -rqy /path/to/previous/deploy /path/to/current/deploy
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