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[Gnu-arch-users] Creating "standard" diffs

From: Matthew Palmer
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] Creating "standard" diffs
Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 19:06:54 +1100
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I'm attempting to use arch to track my own changes to a development tree
stored in CVS by another group entirely.  I want to be able to e-mail them a
simple unified diff which describes all the changes I've made (to the
maximum extent possible for the format -- so no "file removed" stuff).

I've fiddled with show-changelog, but that appears to only produce a diff of
changed files, and doesn't include files I've added.  Is there a way to get
tla (or does someone have an external script) to include new files in the
patch, or am I reduced to either a pair of trees and diff -urN or mailing
the patch with the new files separate?

- Matt

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