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Re: [bug-grep] Re: [patch #3644] --initial-tab and 3 newly colorized ite
Re: [bug-grep] Re: [patch #3644] --initial-tab and 3 newly colorized items
Wed, 26 Jan 2005 09:47:55 -0800
On Jan 26, 2005, at 09:35, Julian Foad wrote:
Elliott Hughes wrote:
On Jan 26, 2005, at 07:46, Stepan Kasal wrote:
I also think that the --show*function options should eventually go
are you sure? diff does a really poor job of that. something like
Exuberant ctags can do a much better job, for far more languages. why
not pipe the output of diff/grep into a script that adds the
I tend to agree. It's undeniably useful to some people to have such a
feature available at the touch of a single option letter, but
implementing and supporting such a feature which doesn't actually work
very well overall is quite a high cost.
i have such a script for annotating patches, if anyone's interested.
Yes please. I currently use "diff -p" for generating patches, and
then have a script to extract a list of the functions touched to make
a log message template. It gets it wrong quite often, so I have to
edit the result by hand. I'd like to use your better solution.
here's the current version:
Description: Binary data
anyone reading this mail via Google or an archive should probably
download this library, and get the latest version from the bin/
there's brief documentation (including BUGS) in the comments at the
start of the script.
suggestions and improvements gratefully received. two obvious
directions for extension are support for grep-style addresses as input,
and automatic generation of GNU-style ChangeLog messages (which is one
of the things I use this script for).
[bug-grep] Re: [patch #3644] --initial-tab and 3 newly colorized items, Charles Levert, 2005/01/26