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Wed, 20 Feb 2002 18:55:51 +0000 (GMT)
One tweak I would like to see made to cvs is concerning the
`cvs diff` command.
On my Red Hat Linux based system, I note the following line in
the output of the `man diff` command...
-b Ignore changes in amount of white space.
...which describes a feature that is very useful when somebody has
reindented the code in a particular file, so one can see the changes
that have been made without having to decide for each and every line
whether it's just a tweak in the whitespace layout.
Is there any possibility of this being implemented in the `cvs diff`
command or is this considered too esotoric a facility?
Best wishes from Riley.
- Feature request,
Riley Williams <=