Hi Chris, I'm applying the patches directly in Eclipse which provides graphical helpers to resolve problems like this. Patches can even be copy/pasted. I've had problem with the patch.exe myself in the past, but since I'm using Eclipse I've had almost no problems anymore.
On 02.04.2004 12:26:20 Chris Bowditch wrote: > Team, > > sorry but another newbie committer question: > > I downloaded a patch program from the internet. Not sure if there is a > specific one I need, or whether they all conform to a standard. When I try to > run the patch program with unified patch file in the xml-fop directory, it > cant figure out the locations of the files its supposed to be patching. I > thought it would just read the following line: > > RCS file: > /home/cvspublic/xml-fop/src/java/org/apache/fop/layoutmgr/TextLayoutManager.java,v > > I tried telling it to strip the first 2 components of the path, but no difference. > > I need a patch program for windows. Can anyone offer advice? I ended up > applying the patch manually. > > Chris > Jeremias Maerki