07 Jan 2003 10:56:19 -0500
On Tue, 2003-01-07 at 06:07, Dick Porter wrote:
> No, its "cvs diff -N -u", or "diff -r -N -u olddir newdir" (depending
> on whether you're working from CVS files or not).
> The -N shows new files. And you can add "diff -u" to ~/.cvsrc so you
> don't have to include it every time, because all diffs should be in
> unified format.
Also use -p, it shows the affected function name for a part of a diff.
It helps quite a bit for context when just reading a patch.