On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 08:44:36AM -0600, Jordan Crouse wrote:
On 04/06/07 08:48 +0200, Uwe Hermann wrote:
I.e., the "full" relative path to the file being modified is included in the patch, so you can 'patch -p0 < ~/foo.patch' at the top-level to apply the patch.
-p0? Is that seriously the standard here? Can I ask why?
No standard (or rather: not really), it's just what you get when you do 'svn diff > foo.patch' at the top-level.
Either -p0 or -p1 is fine, I don't care.