|From:||josé henrique padovani|
|Subject:||Re: Woodwind diagrams in lilypond w/ changes from M Watts & I Hulin|
|Date:||Wed, 09 Jun 2010 22:49:50 -0300|
|User-agent:||Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.6; pt-BR; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/20100317 Thunderbird/3.0.4|
Em 09/06/10 22:04, Graham Percival escreveu:
Hi Graham,On Wed, Jun 09, 2010 at 09:41:34PM -0300, josé henrique padovani wrote:Em 09/06/10 21:23, Carl Sorensen escreveu:Unfortunately, it doesn't include the complete files, so it would be fairly difficult for a user who is not familiar with git or patch to make it work.Could you please give some advices about which git / patch flags should I use to apply the patch to my current directories?If you seriously want to learn, then do a google search for "patch" to learn how to use it. If not, wait a few weeks until it's part of lilypond. This topic is too long to teach in a few emails. Cheers, - Graham
I did already used patch and diff in some codes...
but I have no experience about how to use it with git (I have seen that the patch was created with a flag "--git" for diff, which I didn't found in diff man) and don't know which commands should I use to download from the lilypond's git repository... (just some tips would help me)
I mean: I am not sure about which git flags/address/etc should I use to download the code.. (I suppose I should use git to download them and not simply download the diffs with from http://codereview.appspot.com/download/issue1425041_1.diff)
Regarding patch, I would like to know if I should simply call it like this:
cd /Applications/LilyPond.app/Contents/Resources/share/lilypond/current/ (I'm on a Mac)
patch < path-of-diffile/difffile.diff
or if I should use some flags and/or call it from another place...
Althought I am new to this process I think I can do it and would really appreciate some help.
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