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[Gnu-arch-users] commit from untagged trees

From: Samium Gromoff
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] commit from untagged trees
Date: Tue, 09 Sep 2003 11:30:03 +0400
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        Let`s say i have an archive which have a certain last revision.

        Let`s say i have a tree (not tagged in any way) which corresponds
 to a more modern state of the same code..

        How do i import the fresh changes into the archive as one patch?

        Why do i want it?
        In an established arch framework i certainly don`t need this. But
 let`s suppose such a brandamaged situation when two archives exchange
 code in untagged trees and want to incorporate changes nevertheless,
 despite the fact they`ll end up having two different histories.

        I understand it is a purely convenience feature, and i suspect
 that tla_load_dirs might actually perform something close to that, but i`m
 not exactly sure.

regards, Samium Gromoff

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