Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Editing .patch files?
Re: Editing .patch files?
From: gl <gl_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 17:13:37 -0000
> Each changed file has an obvious header. If you don't intend to change
> that file, simply delete the section to the next file header.
That part I figured out : ).
> Within a file, each change section has a flag showing the starting line
> and number of lines that were removed in the section and then the starting
> line and number of lines that were added.
> _at__at_ -26,6 +26,8 _at__at_
> The above example, starting at line 26 I "deleted" 6 lines and then added
> 8 lines (actually, I changed 6 lines and then *added 6 lines*).
'added 2 lines' right?
Keeping track of which lines were removed and which added seems confusing,
but I'm sure I could get the hang of it. Worse though is that any line
number changes need to ripple downwards. So if I delete a hunk part-way
through, all the other hunks (from the same source file) would need to be
adjusted accordingly, and on large files with large changes this gets
-- glReceived on 2006-02-24