On Thu, 2002-08-01 at 00:39, Adrian Aichner wrote:
Following files were not part of this patch (as I intended) because
these files are not under CVS control yet.
I will commit this now:
What's the best way to produce patches for files which are not in
I have added -N to patcher-default-diff-command temporarily.
Is there a better way?
I'd be very happy to hear how that should be done. I've had no luck
with only adding -N to "cvs diff" options, but have always had to "cvs
add" the file first. Otherwise, I get: "cvs server: I know nothing
The problem, of course is when one doesn't have commit access, the "cvs
add" can't be done.
Another interesting point is that diffing after a "cvs add", but before
committing, my cvs automagically does "diff -N" for these files,
ignoring any other diff options from the command line or ~/.cvsrc...
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