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bk makepatch(7.3.3)	    BitKeeper User's Manual	   bk makepatch(7.3.3)

NAME
       bk makepatch - creates BitKeeper	patches

SYNOPSIS
       bk makepatch [-vd] [-rrange] [-]

DESCRIPTION
       The makepatch command is	a low level command used to generate BitKeeper
       patches.

OPTIONS
       -B      Include the data	from any BAM files in the patch. Normally  BAM
	       files are sent without the implied data.
       -C      Generate	a patch	compatible with	any supported versions of Bit-
	       Keeper.
       -d      Add a header with the unified diffs to the top of the BitKeeper
	       patch.
       -rrange Generate	a BitKeeper patch of the changesets in range.
       -v      Be more verbose for each	instance.
       -       Instead	of specifying the range	with -r, this form expects the
	       revisions on the	standard input,	one per	line, either  as  keys
	       or revisions.

NOTES
       In  general, users do not use this command directly, it is called by bk
       pull or bk push.	 If patches are	to be sent  to	a  non-BitKeeper  user
       then use	bk export.

       By default patches are created in the latest patch format known by this
       version of BitKeeper. With -C patches will be  compatible  with	oldest
       version of BitKeeper that is still supported.

SEE ALSO
       bk-export, bk-takepatch

CATEGORY
       Repository

BitKeeper Inc			      1E1		   bk makepatch(7.3.3)

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