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patchify (a Patch command solution)

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-02-10 01:39:58 CET

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Whew. That was /tons/ easier, but not nearly as gratifying.

Here's the script. It is a Ruby script, but lord knows that one of you could
convert it to [insert your favorite scripting language here] in about as long
as it took me to write it.

You run it thusly:

   patchify.rb <file> <reject_file>

It creates:

   <file>.orig # the file before you or your nemesis changed it
   <file>.repos # the file as it appears in the repository
   <file>.local # your local file; only your changes

and it changes your <file> to include diff3 markers, that look like this:

   <<<<<<< ORIGINAL
   ||||||| REPOS
>>>>>>> LOCAL

It /should/ handle paths properly; IE,

   patchify.rb some/relative/path/file some/relative/path/file.xxxxx.xxxxx.rej

should work, but I haven't tested it yet. Also, the .rej must be in the same
directory as the file, but I don't see that as being a problem. It refuses
to apply the patch and complains if any of the <file>.xxxx files exist. It
requires 'patch' and 'diff3'; patch to recreate the original source, and
diff3 to do everything else.

Attached, rather than quoted, to avoid formatting errors. Renaming it won't
hurt it.

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