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Re: Create patch file for newly added dirs/files (issue #175)

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-12-22 13:01:30 CET

Leon Zandman wrote:
> Hi,
> I just changed some files in my repo and also added a new directory with
> some files in it. Before committing it I wanted to create a patch file
> of it to send to some other developer, but I noticed the resulting patch
> file only includes diff info for the changed files, but doesn't include
> diff info for the added directory and files.
> I searched this mailing list and found out that this apparently is a
> Subversion shortcoming ("The subversion libraries do not support
> creation of patches which add folders (and files within added
> folders)"). TSVN issue (#175) was opened for it in which it is suggested
> to warn the user that those files and folders will not be included. The
> issue is currently closed and says it should be implemented in rev.
> 4567. But I don't understand why I didn't receive any warning? I'm using
> TSVN rev. 4786.

r4786 is on the 1.2.x branch which contains bug fixes merged from trunk
since the 1.2.3 release. r4567 on trunk is not among the revisions
listed as being merged back into the 1.2.x branch.


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