[Bf-committers] Volumetric question
shaul.kedem at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 19:38:02 CEST 2008
I'd suggest to do svn update, get the latest version (so as little as
possible can be changed), add your files localy, compile and check it works,
do the diff, zip the diff, put it on a disk on key and send it from someone
who has a good connection if possible (or wait for monday)
as Martin said, thank you for the hard work
On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 11:32 AM, José Ignacio Romero <jose.cyborg at gmail.com>
> Martin Poirier escribió:
> > --- 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.
> > Martin
> by the way, check that your local revision isn't too old, or the patch
> may not apply because the files you modified might have been modified by
> someone else since your last checkout/update, in that case you have to
> merge the files by hand.
> Q: What is purple and concord the world?
> A: Alexander the Grape.
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