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Re: Patch command execution

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-11 17:56:53 CET

Sean Russell <ser@germane-software.com> writes:
> I'm going to junk what I have and rewrite the whole thing using diff3. At
> the moment, I'll just patch the repository-version file to reproduce the
> original, but if at some point in the future we save the original file, I can
> change the script to use that instead.

Patching the repository version to get the original is fine, then we
won't save the original explicitly anywhere. The main thing is that
all the information is there, that's all we need.

> I'm going to go ahead, because I don't see that what Ben's doing is going to
> affect what I'm working on in a way that will make me have to start all over
> again. The only two things that could happen (that I can see) that will
> affect my sub-project is (1) somebody else solves the issue some other way,
> or (2) the nature of the diffs change. Since I'm going to be using patch and
> diff3 instead of parsing the files myself, I don't think (2) would affect me
> much, and if (1) happens... well, c'est la vie.

+1 I think you're safe from Ben's changes.


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