Comment #11 on issue 3426 by nick.ind...@gmail.com: "Didn't apply patch
Finally fixed the problem. It seems the repo in the server was a few
commits ahead. I had to pull the repo fresh, use my first patch to get the
file in there (and then generate a parent patch). Then I used my second
patch (the one that wouldn't upload), which ended up not applying, even
though the .rej file just had a few comment differences. I fixed that,
generated a new diff, then uploaded that and the parent--after which
everything worked ok.
I really hope I don't have to go through this process every time the
server-side repo gets a few commits ahead of my local one--but then again,
I suck at git, and might be doing something completely wrong.
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