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SH-2 snapshot patch
- Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 16:46:48 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
- From: jmills at tga.com (John M. Mills)
- Subject: SH-2 snapshot patch
On Mon, 13 Dec 1999, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> What is the trick to getting patches/diffs which don't result in
> cvs ID diff's?
If you mean for all unchanged files, I expect it's because this was a 'cvs
diff' of my working directory against the repository version of the
I expect those files which showed differences, but no "$Id: " line, were
those in which I had a modified working file which had not yet been 'cvs
commit'-ed, hence the revision code in the working file matched that of
the repository copy. I.e., that line of the files was identical. ("_Bad_
programmer - should 'commit' first, to protect patches!") Those files
which had not been modified, then matched at whatever '-r' level I had
compared them -- coincidentally in this case, '220.127.116.11', where 'cvs'
started them out.
Naturally when I 'tar' all [non-"CVS/*"] files to a temporary directory
and 'diff' against a snapshot, there is an "$Id: " line for each and every
file, due to my having 'commit'-ed the source tree into my repository,
thus updating all file's '$Id: 's.
Was that what you had expected?
John Mills, Sr. Software Engineer
TGA Technologies, Inc.
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