[Git Plugin] Diff with New Files
aleixpol at kde.org
Tue Oct 4 19:56:09 UTC 2011
On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 7:38 PM, David Narvaez <david.narvaez at computer.org>wrote:
> I wanted to draw your attention to the following use case: In git, if you
> have changes that include new files these are not shown with git diff, but
> with git diff HEAD. So, currently, if I want to generate a patch that
> includes new files, I can't do that from the View Differences... menu in the
> Git plugin. Would it be good to change the command to git diff HEAD instead?
> Would it break anything else?
> To replicate this use case you can do the following:
> $ mkdir gittest
> $ cd gittest
> $ git init
> $ echo "First file" > first-file
> $ git add first-file
> $ git commit -m "adding first file"
> $ echo "First file modified" > first-file
> $ echo "Second file" > second-file
> $ git add second-file
> $ git diff
> $ git diff HEAD
> Notice the difference between the last two outputs.
> David E. Narvaez
> KDevelop-devel mailing list
> KDevelop-devel at kdevelop.org
Please report in bugs.kde.org, we read there too ;)
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the KDevelop-devel