What version control system are you using? Can you run rbt with --debug and
include the output?

-David


On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 11:10 PM, neel roy <neelsometh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Does anyone has any clue about why this is happening?
>
>
> On Thursday, 10 April 2014 17:11:51 UTC+5:30, neel roy wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am using revieweboard and when I create diff using either post-review
>> or rbt, and upload that diff in reviewboard server I get following error:
>>
>> *Error:* The patch to '<filename>' didn't apply cleanly. The temporary
>> files have been left in '/tmp/reviewboard.PIc4WJ' for debugging purposes.
>> `patch` returned: patching file /tmp/reviewboard.PIc4WJ/tmp7AAVW9 patch:
>> **** malformed patch at line 10:
>>
>> When I looked at the patch I found that it really is malformed. So I
>> created a dummy file checked it in, modified it and created a patch. As you
>> can see below the entry near "@@ -20,6 +29,14 @@ See these resources for
>> further informat" will make it malformed (I have marked that section bold
>> but not sure whether it will show up as bold in every editor\browser). I
>> have tried with latest version of RBTools (rbt), one version prior to that
>> (post-review and rbt), and 0.4.1 (post-review). I have tried with 32 bit
>> python and setup tools as well as 64 bit. I have diffutils-2.8.7-1. The
>> only difference that I see is that other machines that I use where I have
>> my code and generate diff are 32 bit machines while this one is 64 bit
>> machine. Have you come across this issue before? How do I solve it?
>>
>> @@ -9,6 +9,15 @@ New unittest features including test ski
>>
>>  A much faster io module
>>
>>  Automatic numbering of fields in the str.format() method
>>
>>  Float repr improvements backported from 3.x
>>
>> +
>>
>> +
>>
>> +Note: A newer bugfix release, 2.7.4, is currently available. Its use is
>> recommended over previous versions of 2.7.
>>
>> +
>>
>> +Python 2.7.3 was released on April 9, 2012. 2.7.3 includes fixes for
>> several reported security issues in 2.7.2: issue 13703 (oCERT-2011-003,
>> hash collision denial of service), issue 14234 (CVE-2012-0876, hash table
>> collisions CPU usage DoS in the expat library), issue 14001 (CVE-2012-0845,
>> SimpleXMLRPCServer denial of service), and issue 13885 (CVE-2011-3389,
>> disabling of the CBC IV attack countermeasure in the _ssl module).
>>
>> +
>>
>> +The Python 2.7 series is scheduled to be the last major version in the
>> 2.x series before 2.x moves into an extended maintenance period. The 2.7
>> series contains many of the features that were first released in Python
>> 3.1. Improvements in this release include:
>>
>> +
>>
>> +
>>
>> * Tile support for Tkinter*
>>
>> * A backport of the memoryview object from 3.x*
>>
>> * Set literals*
>>
>> *@@ -20,6 +29,14 @@ See these resources for further informat*
>>
>>
>>
>>  What's new in 2.7?
>>
>>  Change log for this release.
>>
>> +
>>
>> +Note: A newer bugfix release, 2.7.4, is currently available. Its use is
>> recommended over previous versions of 2.7.
>>
>> +
>>
>> +Python 2.7.3 was released on April 9, 2012. 2.7.3 includes fixes for
>> several reported security issues in 2.7.2: issue 13703 (oCERT-2011-003,
>> hash collision denial of service), issue 14234 (CVE-2012-0876, hash table
>> collisions CPU usage DoS in the expat library), issue 14001 (CVE-2012-0845,
>> SimpleXMLRPCServer denial of service), and issue 13885 (CVE-2011-3389,
>> disabling of the CBC IV attack countermeasure in the _ssl module).
>>
>> +
>>
>> +The Python 2.7 series is scheduled to be the last major version in the
>> 2.x series before 2.x moves into an extended maintenance period. The 2.7
>> series contains many of the features that were first released in Python
>> 3.1. Improvements in this release include:
>>
>> +
>>
>> +
>>
>>  Online Documentation
>>
>>  Report bugs at http://bugs.python.org.
>>
>>  Help fund Python and its community.
>>
>> \ No newline at end of file
>>
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