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SubjectRe: [OT] patch splitting util(s)?
On Mon, 14 Apr 2003 20:47:33 -0400 Pete Zaitcev <zaitcev@redhat.com> wrote:

| >> > I didn't have much luck with googling. I think the words I used are too
| >> > generic. :/
| >>
| >> Google for diffsplit. Its part of Tim Waugh's patchutils.
| >> Patchutils should be part of pretty much every distro these days too.
| >
| > I'm aware of patchutils. (Check the 0.2.22 Changelog ;) ) However,
| > splitdiff doesn't do what I'm after, from my initial look. Though now
| > that I think about it, it suggests an alternative solution. A
| > 'shatterdiff' that created one diff file per hunk in a patch would give
| > me basically what I want.
|
| I moaned at Tim until he caved in and added an '-s' option
| couple of weeks ago. It should be in a fresh rawhide srpm.
|
| Mind, you can do what you want even now, with -n (for line numbers)
| and a little bit of sh or perl, but all concievable solutions
| require several passes over the diff, which gets tiresome
| if you diff 2.4.9 (RH 7.2) and 2.4.18 (RH 8.0). The -s option
| does it in one pass.

so when does this change show up at http://cyberelk.net/tim/patchutils/ ?

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~Randy
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