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Small nit with svn diff

From: Kean Johnston <jkj_at_sco.com>
Date: 2005-11-15 17:48:48 CET

Hi all,

I'm using svn 1.2.3, and have a small nit with svn diff. I
dont know if this is fixed in 1.3 (if it is I'd appreciate
someone telling me as that would be sufficient motivation
to change).

When doing an 'svn diff' the results tend to jump around
the codebase quite a bit. I've been using svn for accessing
and working on teh gcc repository, and for example, instead
of showing all the diffs in gcc, then moving on to gcc/config
and then gcc/config/i386, the diffs kinda jump around. This
makes producing and documenting patches a little difficult.
It also makes the process of hand applying diffs from one
tree to another more difficult.

Is there an option somewhere I can specify that will do
do all teh diffs in one directory before moving on to the
next?

Thanks!

Kean

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