[Box Backup] SVN repository up and running

Ben Summers boxbackup@fluffy.co.uk
Fri, 14 Oct 2005 16:05:22 +0100

On 14 Oct 2005, at 15:40, Martin Ebourne wrote:

> Martin Ebourne <lists@ebourne.me.uk> wrote:
>> Ben Summers <ben@fluffy.co.uk> wrote:
>>> SVN experts: Could someone post some working guidelines to the  
>>> list,  including all the weird and wacky SVN commands we'd need  
>>> to run? (I'm  especially interested in how to review changes then  
>>> merge them into  truck.)
>> I'll come up with something a bit more box specific soon.
> Well I said it'd be a bit more specific, and it sure is.
> I've created the following branches with my respective patches in  
> them:
> martin/solaris
> martin/ppcfixes
> martin/xattr
> martin/autoconf
> Ideally I'd like to merge them in that order as & when. Hopefully  
> the solaris patch can go in asap because it's been around for a  
> long time. The ppcfixes and xattr patches are fairly localised and  
> should be ok.
> autoconf is very invasive and will need some thinking about.
> All my changes should already meet all of Ben's style criteria. If  
> anyone wants to code review them then please go for it. They've all  
> been tested (not since I've added them as branches, but the rejects  
> were minor so should be ok).

Is there a trivially easy way see what changes are made between trunk  
and, say, martin/solaris? Other than checking them out and running  
diff on them?