(Apologies if this a repeated post. I remember posting once, but it
not to be seen)

On Sep 21, 6:50 pm, Jeffrey <jefr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> For your specific question, I'm not sure there's a way.  It's not
> [...]
> df = diff --no-ext-diff
> dfe = diff --ext-diff

Oh yes. Never thought about that. Thanks for pointing out.

I'm running Git under Cygwin and the biggest annoyance that I face
with aliases is that it messes around with file modes. I my output
would contain numerous:

diff --git a/<path> b/<path>
old mode 100755
new mode 100644

And this happens with every other aliase that I set.

On Sep 22, 7:40 am, David Aguilar <dav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> [...]
> It's fairly new to git (1.6.3+) and will allow you to get
> rid of your custom diff.external script.

Thanks. But I think Cygwin hasn't gone that far yet.

:J


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