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hiccups by patch program?

From: Markus Elfring <Markus.Elfring_at_web.de>
Date: 2007-01-01 03:00:23 CET


I wish you a happy new year.

I have found the article "http://gnuarch.org/gnuarchwiki/Process_*.rej_files"
that references experiences by Miles Bader. I find his statement "Applying a
hunk from diff-mode sometimes succeeds where patch failed." interesting in my
case. Can XEmacs perform an update really better than the other usual tool in
any special situations?

Can a package of reject files be converted by the filterdiff program into
another patch set for a second try if anything went unexpectedly wrong?
How much may I trust the applicability of patches that were generated by
TortoiseSVN compared to other command line tools?

I ask because the technical details might be relevant for the open issue
"Improve const-correctness" (http://bugs.digium.com/view.php?id=8160) with the
Asterisk software. Would you to share any more ideas for a solution to the
observed obstacle?


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