I'm also having issues, but on Windows 10.
I was able to get patch.exe to run via the link Igor posted above
When I manually run patch with the temporary file "rbt patch" creates, it
crashes. An inspection of the temporary patch file shows windows line
endings (LF) instead of unix line endings (CR/LF). Adding the "--binary"
option to the patch.exe call
(per http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/patch.htm) works when
Is there any way to get rbt patch to create a temporary patch file with
proper line endings?
FWIW: I ran this from a linux machine and it works fine.
On Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 3:07:23 PM UTC-5, Igor Berger wrote:
> This is not a Review Board problem. I'm just wondering whether anyone is
> using "rbt patch" on Windows 7.
> I figured out that in order for "rbt patch" to work, patch itself has to
> be installed separately.
> I've found these precompiled binaries for Windows:
> However, patch crashes even if I use workarounds listed here:
> Any ideas?
> Thank you,
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