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    Subject[KORG] GITWEB doesn't show any DIFF's
    To Whom (and ALL) that it may concern:

    For the past week or so, I haven't been able to get gitweb, running on, to show me any diff's.

    For each commit, if I click on the "commit" link, or "commitdiff" link,
    the best I get is something that looks like this:

    -> file:e649f678d47ab0a749b89146867ff9b1f513f73a

    This is for "V4L/DVB (3375): git dvb callbacks fix" , but it happens for
    every patch I try to view... Even if I try to view the patch in "plan"
    mode, the following is all that I can see:

    From: Andrew Morton <>
    Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006 08:45:20 +0000 (-0200)
    Subject: V4L/DVB (3375): git dvb callbacks fix
    X-Git-Tag: v2.6.16-rc1

    V4L/DVB (3375): git dvb callbacks fix

    - Not sure what went wrong here, but SND_PCI_PM_CALLBACKS got deleted.

    Signed-off-by: Andrew Morton <>
    Signed-off-by: Mauro Carvalho Chehab <>

    (I havent seen this patch, and I'm really curious what happens in it,
    and the explanation of the commit message -- these questions are
    probably answered simply by viewing the patch, which I cant do :-( )

    ... I have tried this at multiple locations, using several different
    browsers under different OS's ... It won't show me a diff no matter what
    I do, and it USED to work (about a week ago)

    I'm surprised nobody has complained about this already. (or maybe I
    just didnt see any such thread about it)

    I like to use gitweb to review patches that have already been applied to
    the various trees. Can we do something to get this working again?

    Thank you,

    Michael Krufky
    ...v4l / dvb...
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