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Re: patchify, shell version

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-02-11 11:47:36 CET

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On Monday 11 February 2002 10:35, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> If something's wrong, it sounds like 'patch' is misbehaving. I mean,
> we create a diff between old-text-base and new-text-base, then have
> 'patch' apply that diff to the working file, with a .rej file on the
> commandline. I don't know why 'patch' would only put partial rejects
> into the .rej file...

Hmmm... is patch being used to create the .rej files? I'd think that would
be the job of diff.

To clarify, the problem was that the .rej file generated by 'svn up' was
missing the diff for the second change. I don't want to raise any alarm
flags about this until I know I can reproduce it; that's why I asked about
any known issues.

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