And, would there be an appropriate way to do this?
Basically, I have a paper in a mathematical field that has gone back and forth a few times with a reviewer. Since the document is in TeX, it is extra hard to keep track of changes and make sure things are addressed. I believe seeing something like a github history, with edits separated into a few meaningful commits, would help my reviewer check how their comments were addressed, as well as helping me keep track of the changes and preventing more mistakes from popping up. Would it be strange to give a github link to the paper along with the pdf version when resubmitting it?
Edit note:. The paper itself is on the ArXiV already.