# [darcs-users] an interface for splitting hunks

Ketil Malde ketil.malde at bccs.uib.no
Wed Mar 30 13:30:09 UTC 2005

Mark Stosberg <mark at summersault.com> writes:

> I think we are talking about the same thing. Right now I believe that
> hunks equal all contingous changed lines.

But that's not unabmigous.  A hunk like

----------
\end

+\begin
+foo
+\end
+
\begin
----------

is equivalent to

----------
\end

\begin
+foo
+\end
+
+ \begin
----------

but one of them is definitely nicer.

> I think breaking that down further probably requires human intervention.

I'm not talking about splitting them, just determining their boundaries.

-kzm
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