[FFmpeg-devel] ffmpeg SVN account

François Revol revol
Wed Apr 15 22:40:06 CEST 2009

> Hi Erion,
> On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 4:13 PM, Erion Omeri <erion.omeri at gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> > I was wondering if it is possible to get access to add my working 
> > files to
> > the repository?
> So normally, we'd go through a few patch iterations and then when the
> patch is accepted, I or someone else would commit it for you. If you
> hang around and contribute a lot, you'd eventually get your own SVN.
> Since all you wanted to do is add new files to be able to get the
> diff, you could (for now) do diff -u /dev/null $newfile >> patchfile
> to add it to the patchfile generated with svn diff > patchfile. Does
> anyone here know whether you can do svn add in an anonymous tree to 
> be
> able to add the output of that file to svn diff?

Yes you can just svn add the new files locally without needing to 
commit them.

svn add foo.c bar.c
svn diff > mypatch.diff
svn revert foo.c bar.c # just to avoid conflicts on svn up when they 
are commited.


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