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[Gnu-arch-users] Re: Seeing before applying

From: Miles Bader
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: Seeing before applying
Date: 16 Mar 2004 12:52:24 +0900

Colin Walters <address@hidden> writes:
> how about instead just making 'tla delta' with no arguments compute a
> delta between the current tree version and the latest archive
> revision?

Sounds reasonable to me, e.g.:

   tla delta       =>   tla delta . `tla missing -f | tail -1`


What about `tla delta' with only one arg?  It might make sense to
just default the missing arg to `.', but it could go in either
location.  Something like:

   tla delta REV   =>  tla delta REV .

Seems good to me though (e.g., using one arg defaults to showing changes
from a past-revision to the current tree).

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