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Re: Patch files

From: Jens Geyer <jgx_at_vsx.net>
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2011 17:18:23 +0100

> > I stumbled about the interesting fact, that .patch files created with (T)SVN
> > are sometimes rejected by the patch command on *nix platforms. And somewhere
> > else I found a comment to the effect, that this is a known behavior for a
> > long time and the workaround is to use diff instead of (T)SVN.
> >
> Rumors, or a fact that you observed by yourself?

Observed. Patch files created with TSVN on Windows applied on an Ubuntu machine with "patch" failed with "hunk X failed at Y" repeatedly. The same patch, but created with a "diff" utility other than (T)SVN succeeded.

> If you need specific answer or change in Tortoise, you need to mention
> specific problem.

I can provide an example, if that is what you mean by "specific".

> Note that there is new "svn patch" command in Subversion 1.7.
> I think it can help you when other patch utilities fail.

What if SVN seems to be the failing utility here?



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