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Re: vi-script to generate a log-msg from a patch

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2004-11-08 22:54:18 CET

Ph. Marek wrote:
> please see attached a small script which allows the formatting of a unified
> diff as a log-message, ie. with [[[ and ]]] and the file and function names.
> Usage is as follows:
> diff -urp subversion.orig subversion.mine > patch

    svn diff --diff-cmd=diff --extensions="-up" [TARGET...]

> (the -p tells diff to output the function names)
> vi patch
> :source diff_to_logmsg.vim
> and voila! Just the documentation has to be written :-)

According to HACKING, it ought to put a colon after the parenthesised function

It ought to be noted that the generated list of function names is only as
accurate as the output of "diff -p", which is not very accurate - e.g. for
changes to a doc string appearing before a function, it generally outputs the
name of the _previous_ function.

- Julian

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