[Bf-committers] Volumetric question
theeth at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 4 17:26:32 CEST 2008
--- On Fri, 7/4/08, echelon at infomail.upr.edu.cu <echelon at infomail.upr.edu.cu> wrote:
> I have a question: In order to make the patch if I dont
> have Internet
> conection, how can I make an SVN diff from my local source?
> or I should
> do it by hand? in that case explain me the conventions.
If you have a full svn checkout, base revisions are stored in the .svn folders, so doing diff operation doesn't require a network connection.
First, you'll need to add your new files. (this is also a local operations) If you don't do that, they won't show up in the diff.
svn add filename1 filename2 ...
Then, create the patch with diff
svn diff > patch_filename
That's basically it.
Thanks for the hard work.
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