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Re: What does 'svn diff' do?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-10-10 21:49:16 CEST

Michael Sweet <mike@easysw.com> writes:
> I'm sure you could do something very similar, although I don't know
> if the SVK data chunk (base64-encoded, flate compressed, text data)
> would map cleanly to plain Subversion. Unfortunately, I can't find
> any real documentation on the chunk format, and my Perl-fu skills
> aren't up to the SVK source...
> Aside from that, SVK patches are just unified diffs, so at the very
> least you can come up with additional Subversion-specific data
> chunks that are ignored by patch(1) and SVK, at least initially.
> Perhaps some combination of the dump and unified diff formats?

Well, I think we're past the hand-waving stage now. To make progress,
concrete proposals with examples are what's needed, IMHO... Do you


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