To view the change history of a file using Git versioning, you can use the git log command with the --follow option.
git log --follow <file>
This will show the commit history of the file, including all the commits that added, modified, or deleted the file.
You can also use the --stat option to see a summary of the changes made in each commit:
git log --follow --stat <file>
You can also use the --patch option to see the actual changes made in each commit:
git log --follow --patch <file>
If you want to see the changes made in a specific commit, you can use the git show command followed by the commit hash:
git show <commit_hash>