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Re: Presenting net code changes for a branch

From: Gabriela Gibson <gabriela.gibson_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2013 14:52:50 +0100

On 13/10/13 13:34, Lieven Govaerts wrote:
> Is this any different than running:
> svn diff -x -pwb ^/subversion/trunk
> ^/subversion/branches/invoke-diff-cmd-feature
> ?
> At this moment there is a large diff between trunk and your branch, but
> that's because you haven't brought your branch up to date with trunk
> yet. But once you do that, the diff between branches should represent
> your additions on the branch.

Hi Lieven,

thank you for the tip, but it's not working for me currently. The trunk
has been freshly merged into the branch, and your command shows me all
the changes that have been merged from the trunk to the branch, but,
interestingly so, none of the changes I've made to the branch.

The original diff file in the other post is my actual code (44k, oh
dear) which is why I'm looking for a way of taming this into something
that is presentable.


ps.: i made a mistake in the original bash code, it should read
  diff -p --context=0 "$HOME/trunk/$line" "$PWD/$line"; fi;\
Received on 2013-10-13 15:52:12 CEST

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