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Re: Problems applying patches


From: Stephane Chazelas
Subject: Re: Problems applying patches
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 20:30:44 +0000
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.16 (2007-09-19)

On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 07:09:19PM +0000, Dan wrote:
[...]
> Questions:
> 1) Does my guide (see below) for applying the patches make sense? I 
> couldn't see any other way to make this work without creating the symbolic 
> links and using the -p0 option as recommended by Chet. The steps in the 
> guide work on both Fedora 9 and Asus Eee PC Xandros, i.e. patch does not 
> give any errors or warnings on either.
[...]

I'm not sure why you need to do all that. Here, I do:

~/install/BASH$ ls bash-3.2.tar.gz bash32*
bash32-001  bash32-008  bash32-015  bash32-022  bash32-029  bash32-036
bash32-002  bash32-009  bash32-016  bash32-023  bash32-030  bash32-037
bash32-003  bash32-010  bash32-017  bash32-024  bash32-031  bash32-038
bash32-004  bash32-011  bash32-018  bash32-025  bash32-032  bash32-039
bash32-005  bash32-012  bash32-019  bash32-026  bash32-033  bash-3.2.tar.gz
bash32-006  bash32-013  bash32-020  bash32-027  bash32-034
bash32-007  bash32-014  bash32-021  bash32-028  bash32-035
~/install/BASH$ tar xf bash-3.2.tar.gz
~/install/BASH$ cd bash-3.2
~/install/BASH/bash-3.2$ cat ../bash32* | patch -p0
patching file parse.y
patching file patchlevel.h
[...]

Maybe you've got too old a version of the "patch" utility.

Here, patch --version gives me:

patch 2.5.9
Copyright (C) 1988 Larry Wall
Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
[...]

> /Users/chet/src/bash/src/parse.y: In function ?decode_prompt_string?:
> /Users/chet/src/bash/src/parse.y:4333: error: too few arguments to function 
> ?expand_prompt_string?
> make: *** [y.tab.o] Error 1
>
> So the question is has my patch "procedure" broken the source code?
[...]

Yes, it looks like there has been a problem while applying
bash32-037

-- 
St├ęphane




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