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Re: svn update options for tkdiff???

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-10-25 07:09:27 CEST

Rick Richardson <rickr@mn.rr.com> writes:
> The maintainer of "tkdiff" is about to make a new release with
> support for Perforce and BitKeeper.
> I was going to submit patches for Subversion, but I can't figure
> out the Subversion equivalent to "cvs update -p".
> When tkdiff wants to diff a CVS file, it issues "cvs update -p [-r xxx]"
> to send the file to standard out.
> Whats the equivalent option for subversion?

Hmmm. Not sure I understand the question, actually. Why is tkdiff
running "cvs up -p" to *diff* a CVS file? Why not just run "cvs diff"

Currently, subversion implements plain "svn diff", but not yet

   svn diff -r xxx
   svn diff -r xxx -r yyy

nor does it implement "svn update -p" yet (though it might be some
letter other than `p' when we do implement it, whatever). The up -p
functionality would be easy to add; the -r option to diff will be a
bit more work, though it's also planned of course.

Would like to understand the tkdiff's motivations better, though...


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