Phillip Wood <phillip.w...@talktalk.net> writes:

> From: Phillip Wood <phillip.w...@dunelm.org.uk>
>
> When a hunk is skipped by add -i the offsets of subsequent hunks are
> not adjusted to account for any missing insertions due to the skipped
> hunk. Most of the time this does not matter as apply uses the context
> lines to apply the subsequent hunks in the correct place, however in
> pathological cases the context lines will match at the now incorrect
> offset and the hunk will be applied in the wrong place. The offsets of

Good.  The --recount "feature" on the receiving end does not have
enough information to do a job as good as the code sitting at the
side of producing a patch to be applied, and this goes in the right
direction.

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