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patchify, shell version

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-02-11 11:21:33 CET

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For kicks, here's that script as a shell script. I know people are going to
balk at installing yet another scripting language interpreter :-)

BTW, I've encountered what I think is a problem with svn's rejects; I had a
file I was testing these scripts on; it has about 36 lines in it. Just
recently, testing this shell script, I got a reject file that only included
the diff from the first half of the file; the changes near the end weren't in
the reject file. I'm not sure I can reproduce this, but I'll try. This is
the first time I've seen this, and the changes I make to the file to cause
the conflict are each time very similar. What I'm wondering is if the SVN
diff algorithm is thoroughly tested?

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 |.. It should have been ++C... I want it to be better *before* I use it.
<|> -- SER
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