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Re: Creating patch files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 04 Aug 2009 09:38:34 +0200

On 03.08.2009 21:56, Robert Dailey wrote:
> Hello,
> Using the latest TortoiseSVN nightly build, I went to "Show Log" for a
> specific project. I selected 2 revisions and selected "View unified
> diff", and then I saved the unified diff as a patch file. The name of
> the project I created this patch file for was Project1.
> I also have Project2, Project3, and Project4. All 3 of these other
> projects have the same files with more or less the same file contents. I
> want to apply this single patch to all 3 of the other projects, however
> it will not let me because the patch file I created is specific to
> Project1 only.
> Is there a way to generalize the patch file so I can apply it to other
> projects?

You can edit the patch file and remove the first part of the paths shown
in that file so it only has relative paths.


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