[darcs-users] diff with another branch?
kowey at darcs.net
Fri Feb 13 17:03:41 UTC 2009
On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 15:08:31 -0500, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> > I don't have darcs locally, but a reading of
> > http://darcs.net/manual/node8.html#SECTION00862000000000000000
> > suggests to me that maybe 'darcs pull --dry-run foo' would work?
> > Since it's a dry-run, pull should print out the patches that they have
> > and you don't, but it'll also print out the patches you have and they
> > don't IIRC.
> Thanks, if I add --verbose I indeed get a list of patches that are
> "missing" from the remote repository.
May I ask you to add an entry to the FAQ?
You can create an account on the wiki here:
> I'm curious, tho: isn't there some other way?
> E.g. using CVS, Arch, and Bzr, I very often
> do "<vcstool> diff -r <branch> <somefile>" to see the actual diff for
> a particular (set of) file(s). So I'd expect darcs to provide something
> for that as well.
This sounds like it might be a reasonable feature request. How about
putting one on our tracker? (bugs at darcs.net , ideally checking to see
if something like this is already mentioned on http://bugs.darcs.net)
(Of course, I could be mistaken, and there already *is* a nice way
to do this, or other darcs hackers may think that this is overloading
our UI, but at least then we'll have a paper trial for the idea)
Eric Kow <http://www.nltg.brighton.ac.uk/home/Eric.Kow>
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