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Re: Bug with Cygwin's 'quilt' is actually in 'patch'

On 03.07.2013 15:30 Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Jul  3 15:04, Peter B. wrote:
>> On 03.07.2013 14:33 Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>>> On Jul  3 05:03, Peter B. wrote:
>>>> On Jun 20 09:46, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>>>>> I'll build a new patch 2.7.1 for 32 bit today. I hope that fixes it
>>>>> for 32 bit as well.
>>>> The new 2.7.1 (32bit) brakes CRLF handling for me completely. The old
>>>> 2.6.1 works properly. 2.7.1 with text files converted from CRLF to LF
>>>> works properly as well.
>>>> Can you take a look at the download link below? It includes an example
>>>> file (with CRLF), the corresponding patch (LF) and the two binaries
>>>> (patch v2.6.1 and v2.7.1).
>>> Please provide a direct link which doesn't require to enable scripting
>>> in a web browser to download.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Corinna
>> Please download this picture (jpg) and rename the file suffix to 7z or
>> open with corresponding archiver directly.
>> (99KB)
> Thanks.  The behaviour here is a deliberate upstream choice to apply the
> patch only if the line endings are the same as in the file to patch.
> If you really must apply non-CRLF patches to CRLF files, consider using
> a temporary text mount:
> Corinna
Sounds like intended behavior. I will try to tackle the problem
otherwise then.

The culprit here is the JavaVM that produces different
EOLs on different platforms (running a binary decompiler -> txt).


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