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Re: hiccups by patch program?

From: Markus Elfring <Markus.Elfring_at_web.de>
Date: 2007-01-05 10:27:42 CET

> I don't know what patch tool they use.

I assume that you are used to this one.

> But this *.rej file is definitely not a patch file which is valid
> in Subversion.

Well, it is a sample reject file.

Would you like to say that it might be not written in the expected
context-difference format ?

> So if the patchfile got rejected, you have to ask why it was rejected
> and what tool they're using.

I will not ask them about their well-known tool. I wonder myself why rejections
happened for some hunks.
Some other updated code parts were acceptable like it can be seen in the file
"bug 8160 const4 patch results.txt".

> My best guess would be that your patch is already outdated (i.e. not possible
to apply
> to the latest version of trunk because there were already too many changes).

Would you like to try a comparison with the current development revision to
check if my update suggestion is still valid?

It is strange that the appropriate location could not be found by the tool,
isn't it?
Are wrong rejections possible?


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Received on Fri Jan 5 10:28:18 2007

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