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Re: TSVNMerge cant work with patches maked by otherside tools

From: AlexRayne <AlexrainPE196_at_hotbox.ru>
Date: 2007-03-29 10:09:00 CEST

Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn@...> writes:

>
> Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> > Hi Alex,
> >
> >
>
> The problem with 'other' patchfiles is that they're never properly
> documented. When I started working on TortoiseMerge, I couldn't find any
> good documentation on any diff format out there. The only one that was
> at least partly documented was the Subversion unified diff format. And
> even that I had to implement by trial-and-error until I got the parsing
> algo right.
>
> So my answer would be no, I won't implement other patch formats.
>
> Stefan
>

i have no such a problem. the documentatin of a patch is always the meaning of
a user who work with a patch, if user got one from somwhere he should to know
how describe it.
i just was try to work with patches from other peoples. IMHO if you work with
OSP you newer be shure that you work with SVN patches. the ideology of patch
comes from GNU comunity, and GNU utilities makes the patches in common way, that
can be understood in any GNU workspace, so IMHO, no problem to apply the patch
other from SVN. now i use the Kdiff3 to do what i need.

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