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Re: Integrating kdiff3 with svn command-line client

From: Philippe Andersson <pan_at_iba-group.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 09:11:54 +0200

John Peacock wrote:
> Philippe Andersson wrote:
>> I'm struggling for 2 days now with the integration of kdiff3 with the
>> "svn" command-line client (version 1.5.0). As recommended by the good
>> book, I've written a wrapper script around kdiff3, but I can't get the
>> resulting file where it should be.
> Try this instead of writing your own:
> http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/src/svndiffwrapper.txt
> which works just fine (though I did patch it to attempt a merge first
> before asking everytime like it does now)...
I've already read that page. Basically, that script uses the same
technique (kdiff3 saves in temp file, temp file is cat'ed before doing
an exit 0) that I try to use.

I've also tried to use that script as wrapper, but it doesn't work at
all (it pops up kdiff3, but all columns are empty). Even though all docs
mention the BASE, THEIRS and MINE to be passed as arguments 9, 10 and
11, in my case they are arguments 0, 1 and 2. Nothing else is passed to
my wrapper script.

Ph. A.

*Philippe Andersson*
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