Can someone please review/commit the fix in PR 19638. It fixes a bug in
patch(1) that prevents -S from skipping a patch when the file to be patched
does not exist. Actually, it's skip it, but it requires human intervention 
first. This is a problem, because one reason you might want to skip the patch
is because you know the file doesn't exist and that's OK.
  I ran into the problem while working on a port, so the requisite human
intervention is unwanted, and in this case down-right confusing.

  And if you find yourself with some extra free time on your hands :), there
is also PR 19642 which merges many security fixes to patch(1) from OpenBSD.



Kelly Yancey  -  [EMAIL PROTECTED]  -  Belmont, CA
System Administrator,        
Maintainer, BSD Driver Database
Coordinator, Team FreeBSD

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