On Do November 8 2007, Ralf Corsepius wrote: > On Thu, 2007-11-08 at 18:40 +0100, Till Maas wrote: > > On Mi November 7 2007, Andy Shevchenko wrote: > > > And second, I doubt in usefull status of this feature. IMHO, in > > > practice (another words 'very often') you need to make diff between > > > vcs' *.spec and current. You just make copy *.spec to *.spec.orig and > > > use simple diff command. > > > > How can I do this when I have uncommited changes in the spec, but there > > is a newer version in the repository? > > How is that a problem with CVS? With CVS you typically work on a > checkout, so it's up to you how to handle mergers. Where do I get the specfile that I could copy to .spec.orig to create a diff in this case? E.g. following the described procedure: cvs commit && cp -a *.spec *.spec.orig vim *.spec cvs up *.spec [now changes from the repository are merged] How can I now do a diff that shows the changes between my working copy and the contents of the repository? Regards, Till
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