On 2012-09-02, ZyX wrote:
> > I doesn't really matter what is easier for you or me; what matters
> > is what is preferred by the person receiving the diffs and doing the
> > work to check and integrate the changes, but Bram has already
> > replied to that issue.
> > As for "-cr", no, I don't think you want to add the -r. Mercurial
> > takes care of selecting the files to diff and just needs to be told
> > the tool to use to diff each one.
> > Regards,
> > Gary
> It does not work for me: "hg cdiff -r v7-3-646 -r tip" produces
> diff -c vim.e70485d3f81d/.hgtags vim.c12dca9e7d9a/.hgtags
> *** vim.e70485d3f81d/.hgtags 2012-09-03 09:00:12.000000000 +0400
> --- vim.c12dca9e7d9a/.hgtags 2012-09-03 09:00:12.000000000 +0400
> *** 1982,1984 ****
> --- 1982,1985 ----
> fdac34e3afa5f0dea26dba5e96932e3b9a0be50a v7-3-643
> fb7c028dcac7555fee78096813e3846d157cc91b v7-3-644
> 1810ee914648ef3e16a8cf866299a32c4a9a00cb v7-3-645
> + e70485d3f81df4d72cb40d6fa4ad4218cf1e8392 v7-3-646
> Общие подкаталоги: vim.e70485d3f81d/runtime и vim.c12dca9e7d9a/runtime
> Общие подкаталоги: vim.e70485d3f81d/src и vim.c12dca9e7d9a/src
> , while with "-r" everything is fine.
You are right. Up to now I had used 'hg cdiff' with only a single file
argument. After trying your example, I read the ExtdiffExtension page
again and saw that
the default and example arguments include -r.
Thanks for the correction and the example.
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