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SubjectRe: BitBucket: GPL-ed *notrademarkhere* clone
Hi!

> > How close is http://www.bitmover.com/EXPORT to what you want (3MB file).
> >
> > Note that this is very coarse granularity, it's very 2.5.62 up to 2.5.63,
>
> I'm probably missing something obvious but it's not clear to me how to
> extract the changeset info from this format.

Is that format parsable at all? It looks like strange changeset
comments could confuse parsers...

> Let's assume I want to extract this changeset:
>
> hangeSet@1.1021, 2003-02-24 10:49:30-08:00, randy.dunlap@verizon.net
> [PATCH] convert /proc/io{mem,ports} to seq_file
>
> This converts /proc/io{mem,ports} to the seq_file interface
> (single_open).
>
> How can I?
>
> I mean, the above format is fine, as far as we have a file like that per
> changeset (or alternatively per Linus's merge, even if not for every
> single changeset, when he does the pulls). Clearly a file of that format
> for a 2.5.62->63 diff is not finegrined enough.

Ben's bitsubversion script is somewhat slow, but should be capable of
pulling any diff you want...
Pavel

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