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Re: Coding system used by call-process-region?

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: Coding system used by call-process-region?
Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2007 15:09:34 +0100
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martin rudalics wrote:
Here it is:

You need the gnuwin32 patch.exe in your path. Then do

  emacs -Q

Open the file the-patch.diff. Create a new buffer with C-x b. Insert the file file-to-patch.txt in this.

Then from the menus select Tools - Apply patch - To a Buffer ...

Choose the patch and buffer to patch from above. After this Emacs freezes, at least for me (CVS from 070306).

Works here with patch 2.5.9 on WindowsME (although I don't
understand why C-x b is needed and my build is older).

Thanks. Strange. I am using the same verison of patch, but I am using XP Pro. What date is your build from?

I do not know if C-x b is needed. I just happened to do it that way and found it convenient for testing.

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