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Re: "The Patch Seems Outdated! The File Line...And The Pathcline Do Not Match" - But they do!

From: BenTaylor <ben.taylor.uk_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 04:09:01 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Stefan,

I downloaded the zip, extracted it, and ran TortoiseMerge. I then
selected "Apply Unified Diff" and located the diff/patch file and the
directory of the clean source tree. Now, when I try and preview the
patched file, I get a different error message, which is "The system
cannot find the file specified."

Should I try uninstalling the 64 bit version and installing the 32 bit
version just to make sure?

Also, I just thought of some other (maybe) relevant information. The
"subversion" I am connecting to is on CodePlex. It is not a *real*
Subversion, it is an implementation on top of TFS (I believe). Is it
possible that this could be their bug?

Donation was my pleasure. You are doing a great job and you make my
job easier.

Ben

On Sep 1, 11:19 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> BenTaylor wrote:
> > Hi Stefan,
>
> > I was not on the latest version <sound of wrist slapping>, but I have
> > just upgraded and re-created the patch.  Unfortunately, I still get
> > exactly the same problem when I try and apply the patch.
>
> > When I posted this I was using 1.5.2, Build 13595 - 64 Bit, 2008/07/31
> > 17:04:57.  I have now upgraded to 1.5.3, Build 13783 - 64 Bit.
> > However, the problem is still the same (I did reboot and confirm that
> > TortoiseSVN had changed version number).
>
> Can you try applying the patch with the 32-bit version? You don't have
> to install TSVN-32bit for that: just use the standalone version:http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=138498&package_...
> (download tortoisediff.zip - it contains TortoiseMerge and TortoiseIDiff).
>
> I'm not sure whether that will help, but it will help me to find the
> problem.
>
> > Is the bug in anyway related to checkout, or is isolated to the patch
> > functionality?  I ask, because I have not tried checking out a fresh
> > source tree, re-doing the work, and THEN re-creating the patch.
>
> That's only for applying patches. You won't have any problems when doing
> checkouts or any other Subversion command.
>
> > Thank you for responding so quickly.  It is much appreciated (I am off
> > to your donation page right now!).
>
> Thanks a lot for your donation!
>
> Stefan
>
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