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Delivery failure (was "cvs diff -kk" bug?)


From: Bruce Korb
Subject: Delivery failure (was "cvs diff -kk" bug?)
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 10:56:45 -0700

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> 
> Hi,
> 
> I've looked in the faq and tried to search your web site and
> found nothing apparently related.  Anyway, I added "diff -kk"
> to my .cvsrc file and I get:
> 
>    cvs [server aborted]: cannot open file mk.aix4-32 for \
>        comparing: No such file or directory
> 
> messages.  The message goes away when I remove the "-kk" option.
> If this is a known problem, then please add to FAQ.  If it is
> not known, then I would be extrordinarily surprised :-).
> Our shop is very insistent on using CVS keywords and so when
> I am comparing branches on large projects it is a bit hard
> to find the diffs.  (I would as soon see the empty diff per file
> headers go away, too:
> 
> > Index: llt/include/mk.linux-64
> > ===================================================================
> > RCS file: llt/include/mk.linux-64
> > diff -N llt/include/mk.linux-64
> > Index: llt/include/mk.sun
> 
> I suppose I could figure out how to write a post-processing Perl
> script to clean up the result, but it is a bit of a nuisance to
> learn Perl just for such an obvious thing.  "gdiff -r" is quiet
> about files that are the same.  "cvs diff" ought to emulate that.
> 
> Thanks - Bruce.




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