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Re: svn diff localpath ignores added files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-12-10 20:24:15 CET

David Glasser wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2007 11:40 AM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I don't know when this happened, but with a client built from trunk 'svn
>> diff' does not include added files anymore in the resulting diff:
>> cd wc
>> svn revert -R .
>> svn mv somefile somefile1
>> svn diff > diff.txt
>> the resulting diff contains only the removed file (an entry with "Index:
>> ..." for 'somefile' with all lines removed, but no entry with "Index:
>> ..." for 'somefile1' with all lines added.
>> client build from r28185 of the svn trunk, but I haven't seen any
>> changes to the diff part since then, so I assume it works the same with
>> HEAD.
> Is this a regression? It looks to me like both trunk and 1.4.x show
> diffs of copied files against the copy base (not the empty file), and
> show no output if the file is not changed.

Ops, you're absolutely right!
That means the "apply patch" feature in TortoiseMerge has been broken
for a long time...

But I wonder: the 'svn diff > patchfile' is used to create patchfiles
and send them to others. But the created patchfile has *no* indication
of the renamed file: it only shows the old file with all lines removed.
Which means: if I would rename a file, create a patch and sent this
patch to someone else, that person would end up with a removed file and
a missing new file.

I would expect the diff to produce the diff for the 'added' file too.
If I remove the file, then add it again with a new name (*not* a
rename), then the diff contains the added file as expected.


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