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Re: [PATCH]: mknetrel builds Guile #2: debug
Earnie Boyd <email@example.com> writes:
>> >> Btw: A very silly question, but I can't seem to get `cvs diff' to
>> >> respect your (Cygwin's?) wishes of excluding the ChangeLog from
>> >> the diff. It doesn't grok -X,--exclude options, most annoying.
>> >> How do you manage?
>> > Remove the ChangeLog diff from the patch. Copy the text from the
>> > ChangeLog to the top of the diff file. Patch is smart enough to ignore
>> > the non-diff text in the front of the file.
>> Hrmm. If you're going to have nonstandard requests, it would be handy
>> if these somehow would be handled automagically. How dead is CVS
>> development, maybe they would take a patch?
> This has nothing to do with CVS.
Well, it would help if cvs allowed:
cvs diff -X ChangeLog
and even more, if project that want this had:
> It has to do with standards set by the development teams and the
> fact that your changes to ChangeLog often (most likely) cause merge
Yes, I understand.
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