[svk-dev] svk not up to prime time yet? [was Re: Samba-SVK-HOWTO
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu Sep 8 11:04:49 GMT 2005
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Jan Hudec wrote:
|> This is where I ran into the failure.
|> $ svk patch --list
|> openbsd_timespec at 1:
|> $ svk patch --cat openbsd_timespec
|> Target not local nor mirrored, unable to view patch.
| The patch is againts the master repository, not your local
| branch. So you must apply it to the master repository:
| svk co //samba/branches/SAMBA_3_0 /misc/src/samba_3_0
| /misc/src/samba_3_0$ svk patch --cat openbsd_timespec
| Would this work?
Thanks for the suggestion, but it didn't work.
Truthfully, I don't think that viewing a patch
requires a local check out or the mirror or local branch.
I can view a patch I generated from outside a svk
checkout. But I get the same error when trying to
view a patch from another developer.
So how do other people handle patches between
I thought about writing a script to cleanup patches
if I could figure out where the incompatibility is.
Which begs the questions what exactly is in the SVK
PATCH BLOCK ?
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