[Peter B. West]
When I apply your most recent patch (10366) against a cvs updated HEAD tree and attempt to compile, I get the following:
After applying the patch (10366), the following files should be removed:
Does anyone know how to include a file-remove in a patch?
From 'man patch' on linux:
You can create a file by sending out a diff that compares /dev/null or an empty file dated the Epoch (1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC) to the file you want to create. This only works if the file you want to create doesn't exist already in the target directory. Conversely, you can remove a file by sending out a context diff that compares the file to be deleted with an empty file dated the Epoch. The file will be removed unless patch is conforming to POSIX and the -E or --remove-empty-files option is not given. An easy way to generate patches that create and remove files is to use GNU diff's -N or --new-file option.
From 'man diff' on linux:
-N --new-file In directory comparison, if a file is found in only one direc- tory, treat it as present but empty in the other directory.
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