Like most Ubuntu systems, I have updates checking turned on. So, eventually, I have a batch of updates to decide, select and allow.
Is there some quick (or, at least, good) way to effectively check what has changed before I update?
I've tried checking
packages.ubuntu.com for a given package (in my example,
zsh-doc), I could find changelogs, package versions, but not a diff.
What I would really like to do is to check (on file contents level) what has changed from my installed version.
I don't have this curiosity on most of the updates, I just allow most of them. But sometimes it seems nice to know exactly what has changed.