Running 'diffuse -m bar.txt' when 'bar.txt' has been deleted displays nothing. Running 'diffuse -m foodir' where 'foodir' is the directory in which 'bar.txt' lived works as expected and displays a diff for bar.txt. I'm using subversion.
Steps to reproduce:
1) svn mkdir foodir
2) Create a file, foodir/bar.txt with some text in it.
3) svn add foodir/bar.txt
4) svn commit
5) svn del foodir/bar.txt
6) diffuse -m foodir/bar.txt ... nothing happens
7) diffuse -m foodir ... displays diff for bar.txt
This might seem like a pointless feature, but it would be quite useful to me when having others review my changes using diffuse. Just running 'diffuse -m' would work, but it displays every changed file and sometimes I want to filter out some changed directories by manually specifying the files to diff.
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