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

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-12-22 13:55:26 CET

Leon Zandman wrote:

>>Someone (clever) says "SVN Add" the wanted folders and files
>>but don't commit.
>>Create the patch then revert unless you want the new stuff in
>>the repo.
>What do you mean by this? Are you giving an answer to a question I
>didn't ask? :-)
I answered a bloke's disclaimer once. :-[

As always, over enthusiastic attempt to be helpful.
Simon says, the method I suggested doesn't work for folders which I
tested and have to agree.
Strangely I got two entries for the added file in the added directory
which was a wrong result too.

Then of course one cannot apply the patch because the new file revision
it's trying to fetch is 0 which doesn't exist to apply the patch to.
So all round discard my answer completely.

Next time I see a suggestion that supposedly overcomes one of my gripes
I will try it before passing on to others.


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