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Create .patch on linux [ubuntu] howto create them and implement.

#1 User is offline   PsyK 

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Posted 15 August 2009 - 07:38 AM

Right i completely know this is the wrong section and i could get banned or whatever.
But i wanted to put it somewhere where it is going to get its attention and not be just unread.

First in linux you will simply need to make sure you have SVN & diff installed. You can do that by doing this.
sudo apt-get install subversion diff


After you have that installed you will need to check out the latest arcemu svn. You do that with this command.

svn checkout svn://www.arcemu.info/svn/ /home/arcemu.svn


now that you have the lasest revision, you should always save modified files somewhere else then the original path.
This saves the latest revision to use for the patching.

Say you editted player.h you have saved it to /home/arcemu.wc/player.h
To create a patch file for that you would use.

diff -Naur /home/arcemu.wc/player.h /home/arcemu.svn/trunk/src/arcemu-world/player.h > [Player.h]Patch_Name.patch


You can call the last bit anything, bit i like to use that format myself.

Note : dfighter has told me of a way to do this with just svn so which means after you have installed it and downloaded the latest version and then editted your files. You could simply do.

svn diff /home/arcemu.svn > [latest]patch.patch


Either way you will now find your .patch file in your 'home' directory.
Congratulations.

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Posted 15 August 2009 - 11:27 AM

Well appreciated, thanks.
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Posted 15 August 2009 - 03:05 PM

I use a much easier method.
I go to my working directory, then issue:
svn diff >filename.patch


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Posted 15 August 2009 - 05:37 PM

View Postdfighter, on 15 August 2009 - 03:05 PM, said:

I use a much easier method.
I go to my working directory, then issue:
svn diff >filename.patch


:)


I never actually knew :)

For those who want to use this method if you are following my tutorial then it would be.

svn diff /home/arcemu.svn > [latest]patch.patch


This would then be saved into your 'home' directory.
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Posted 16 August 2009 - 03:18 AM

Nice :)
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