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Patching .iso files

sometimes I have only little bandwidth. Also I have access to a machine with high bandwidth via ssh over the low bandwidth line. So let's say, there's a new version of my favorite live system. The ...
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How to only add lines using patch?

I'd like to be able to use diff & patch in order to write new lines to a file. To clarify what I mean a bit: Original file: test1.repo exclude=mongo* exclude=sqlite* ...
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How do I get a good directory difffile I can use to patch/what to use for patch

I'd like to make a clean diff of a directory that allows me to later use a gui patch program for windows to apply the diffile. If possible I don't want to have to deal with hardcoded paths in the ...
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diff and patch tool

I'm trying to generate patches for a bunch of files I changed. I'm using Meld which does a great job of diff’ing the files in a nice visual manor, then it allows me to save and generate a patch file ...
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How to patch something with diff output?

I want to apply the below changes to some code that someone has written and provided a diff output from. Is there a way given only the output below I can easily create a patch and apply it, or (as ...
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Let diff create new files, but not remove existing files

Maybe I am missing something, but I'd like a diff between two directories to create files that don't exist, but not remove files that do. So, given something like: ./a/foo ./b/bar This command: ...
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An Application to describe .patch files

Do you know any application that be able to describe .patch files? I mean an application that be able to get .patch file & give me a human readable of the changes it make on files so I'll be able ...
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Tool to create a patch that modifies/adds files within a directory structure

I have a set of files that need a set of changes applied to them. In this scenario I have a Java Application Server (distributed via a zip file) that I need to apply a set of known configurations to, ...
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Jump to file/line of current patch hunk in vim

If I'm viewing a multi-file diff in vim - for example the one produced by running :VCSDiff in a netrw buffer - and I position my cursor over a particular hunk, is there a way to jump to the affected ...
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Binary diff/patch for large files on linux?

I've got two partition images (A and B) and want to use them to create a patch that I can apply on A on another computer in order to get the new B image without flooding the network. I have the ...
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What do these instructions mean in plain English?

I know it's for the linux program patch, but if I try to use it, I get the following error: missing header for unified diff at line 4 of patch malformed patch at line 5: quit Instead, I'd like to ...
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tool to display patch file

What tools exist to display patch files? A text editor is usually good enough. ColorDiff can add color. Ideally though the tool would also show intra-line differences like KDiff3.