Tom Lane wrote:
> Larry Rosenman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Just a suggestion, please use diff -c format, as it makes it easier for
> > the folks who apply the patches to do so.
> That's not just a suggestion ... patches that aren't in diff -c (or at
> least diff -u) format will be rejected out of hand.  Without the context
> lines provided by these formats, applying a patch is an exercise in
> risk-taking, because you can't be certain that you are applying the same
> patch the submitter intended.

Also, when you get 'fuzz' output when applying the patch, you should
review the patch to make sure it appeared in the right place.  That has
gotten me a few times.

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