|Re: Create Patch (standard format) from History view creates patch relative to a project [message #658359 is a reply to message #658294]
||Tue, 08 March 2011 07:46
Originally posted by: esteban.dugueperoux.obeo.fr|
On 07/03/2011 18:37, Robin Rosenberg wrote:
> On 2011-03-07 10.55, Esteban DUGUEPEROUX wrote:
>> I want to create a patch in standard format (not git format) from a
>> local commit, then I create one from the history view by taking the last
>> local commit (a commit recording changes from several workspace
>> projects). The generated patch has path relative to project then I can't
>> apply it to a svn working copy (for example). While with the svn team
>> provider we have a option to create/apply a patch to a specific project
>> or to the whole workspace.
>> It is a know problem or a mistake of my part?
> The git format patches generated by todays EGit don't use any extensions
> and work with any decent patch tool I know of. Sometimes you have to
> tell the tool to drop one level of directoris (the a/ b/ part), some
> figure it out. I'm not sure about SVN, but the default patch tool in
> Eclipse works.
> -- robin
Yes it works thanks for this info.
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