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RE: Tortoise command line commit

From: Sam Nabialek <sam.nabialek_at_cylon.com>
Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 08:57:00 +0100

As a patch is simply a unified diff, you could open the revision log, select your two revision, show the differences as a unified diff and then copy-and-paste that into a file to use as a patch.

That said, I'm not sure why you'd want to patch between two revisions - that's what the client does automatically when you change update to a different revision.

Still, the above will work if it's what you want.

Sam Nabialek

> On May 14, 9:03 am, Sam Nabialek <sam.nabia..._at_cylon.com> wrote:
> > Why not just install a command-line client?
> So no SVN.exe comes with this thing? If not, where do I get it? I
> can't create patches with this GUI (no option to patch from one
> revision to the next.) The docs seem to assume you already have it.
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