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Re: [egit-dev] Using Gerrit to see diffs between changesets

fredag 09 oktober 2009 10:29:38 skrev  Alex Blewitt:
> On 9 Oct 2009, at 02:05, Shawn O. Pearce wrote:
> > Alex Blewitt <alex.blewitt@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> I spent a while reviewing (and coming up with comments for) this
> >> changeset:
> >>
> >>,41
> >>
> >> However, whilst I was doing that, another one appeared. Is there
> >> any way
> >> to see what (a) files I've seen already,
> >
> > Not easily in the new patch set, no
> With SVN, I've been able to do diffs between two URLs. Given that
> Gerrit provides two Git URLs, is there an easy way to do the diff from
> a command-line git, by checking these out as separate branches and
> performing a diff between them?

Right besides the Patchset there is a commit id you can use, provided
you downloaded the commit. If you don't want to merge you can replace
the pull in the suggested command with fetch.

Look at,2

To get the diff between patchset three and four do a git fetch 

git fetch git:// refs/changes/02/2/3
git fetch git:// refs/changes/02/2/4

I.e. the Download command for each alternate patchset, but using 
fetch instead of pull, because I don't want to merge.

Then I can diff the two commit id's using

git diff d14cc645655683ba3e30a35833fb2282142e898f 

-- robin

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