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RE: does patch.exe work different than other unx patch tools?
- To: 'Armin Theissen' <Armin dot Theissen at Sun dot COM>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: RE: does patch.exe work different than other unx patch tools?
- From: Heribert Dahms <heribert_dahms at icon-scm dot com>
- Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 21:14:33 +0200
if you edit your makefile anyway you can as well use Corinna's original
patch -b -p2 -i ../../db-3.2.9.patch
or I'd use the unixy way:
patch -b -p2 < ../../db-3.2.9.patch
or for best portability conditionally set a variable to cat or type:
$CAT patch-file-name | patch -b -p2
Bye, Heribert (email@example.com)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Armin Theissen [SMTP:Armin.Theissen@Sun.COM]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 11:42
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: does patch.exe work different than other unx patch
> thanks for all your help on that issue. We got the patch working
> First, Corrina's suggestion of forgetting the 'type' works, but
> the patch is part of a makefile which should work for unix platforms
> as well (openoffice.org) and the type command is needed there for
> reasons I don't know right now ( = I don't build the unix stuff).
> Then, it makes no difference whether I use the newest latest cygwin
> or the old one (which we need to compile openoffice.org properly
> from the 4nt shell using cygwin tools).
> Last but not least, the line-ends. The solution to make the patch
> working is
> type patch-file-name | tr -d "\015"| patch -b -p2
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