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lsdiff

Langue: en

Version: 23 Jan 2009 (fedora - 01/12/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

lsdiff - show which files are modified by a patch

SYNOPSIS

lsdiff [[-n] | [--line-number]] [[-p n] | [--strip-match=n]] [--strip=n] [--addprefix=PREFIX] [[-s] | [--status]] [[-E] | [--empty-files-as-removed]] [[-i PATTERN] | [--include=PATTERN]] [[-x PATTERN] | [--exclude=PATTERN]] [[-z] | [--decompress]] [[-# RANGE] | [--hunks=RANGE]] [--lines=RANGE] [--files=RANGE] [[-H] | [--with-filename]] [[-h] | [--no-filename]] [[-v] | [--verbose]...] [file...]
lsdiff {[--help] | [--version] | [--filter ...] | [--grep ...]}

DESCRIPTION

List the files modified by a patch.

You can use both unified and context format diffs with this program.

OPTIONS

-n, --line-number

Display the line number that each patch begins at. If verbose output is requested (using -nv), each hunk of each patch is listed as well.
For each file that is modified, a line is generated containing the line number of the beginning of the patch, followed by a Tab character, followed by the name of the file that is modified. If -v is given once, following each of these lines will be one line for each hunk, consisting of a Tab character, the line number that the hunk begins at, another Tab character, the string lqHunk #rq, and the hunk number (starting at 1).
If the -v is given twice in conjunction with -n (i.e. -nvv), the format is slightly different: hunk-level descriptive text is shown after each hunk number, and the --number-files option is enabled.

--number-files

File numbers are listed, beginning at 1, before each filename.

-# RANGE, --hunks=RANGE

Only list hunks within the specified RANGE. Hunks are numbered from 1, and the range is a comma-separated list of numbers or lqfirst-lastrq spans; either the first or the last in the span may be omitted to indicate no limit in that direction.

--lines=RANGE

Only list hunks that contain lines from the original file that lie within the specified RANGE. Lines are numbered from 1, and the range is a comma-separated list of numbers or lqfirst-lastrq spans; either the first or the last in the span may be omitted to indicate no limit in that direction.

--files=RANGE

Only list files indicated by the specified RANGE. Files are numbered from 1 in the order they appear in the patch input, and the range is a comma-separated list of numbers or lqfirst-lastrq spans; either the first or the last in the span may be omitted to indicate no limit in that direction.

-p n, --strip-match=n

When matching, ignore the first n components of the pathname.

--strip=n

Remove the first n components of the pathname before displaying it.

--addprefix=PREFIX

Prefix the pathname with PREFIX before displaying it.

-s, --status

Show file additions, modifications and removals. A file addition is indicated by a lq+rq, a removal by a lq-rq, and a modification by a lq!rq.

-E, --empty-files-as-removed

Treat empty files as absent for the purpose of displaying file additions, modifications and removals.

-i PATTERN, --include=PATTERN

Include only files matching PATTERN.

-x PATTERN, --exclude=PATTERN

Exclude files matching PATTERN.

-z, --decompress

Decompress files with extensions .gz and .bz2.

-H, --with-filename

Print the name of the patch file containing each patch.

-h, --no-filename

Suppress the name of the patch file containing each patch.

-v, --verbose

Verbose output.

--help

Display a short usage message.

--version

Display the version number of lsdiff.

--filter

Behave like filterdiff(1) instead.

--grep

Behave like grepdiff(1) instead.

SEE ALSO

filterdiff(1), grepdiff(1)

EXAMPLES

To sort the order of touched files in a patch, you can use:

 lsdiff patch | sort -u | \
   xargs -rn1 filterdiff patch -i
 

To show only added files in a patch:

 lsdiff -s patch | grep '^+' | \
   cut -c2- | xargs -rn1 filterdiff patch -i
 

To show the headers of all file hunks:

 lsdiff -n patch | (while read n file
   do sed -ne "$n,$(($n+1))p" patch
 done)
 

AUTHOR

Tim Waugh <twaugh@redhat.com>

Package maintainer
Peu importe de toute facon, ca viendra bien avec le temps.
Et puis de toute facon, je pourrais très bien faire un
secteur de BOOT dynamique, vous laissant la possibilité
de créer votre propre type de partition et compagnie.
-- Jayce - Qui a dit «le GNU/Hurd» ?