On Tue, 1 Oct 2002, Bruce Momjian wrote:

> In some releases, it is possible, in others we add/remove files and it
> isn't possible.  I think because it isn't always possible we normally
> don't do it.

I think it's enough to do diffs for minor release (i.e. 7.2.2->7.2.3, 
7.3.0->7.3.1 and so on). BTW, I had no problems with patching Linux kernel 
this way (e.g. having vanilla 2.2.16 then sequentially patch for 2.2.17, 
.18, .19, .20, .21, .22) though there were added directories.

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