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From Grant Ingersoll <gsing...@apache.org>
Subject Re: applying patch in Eclipse to get SpanHighlighter functionality
Date Fri, 07 Mar 2008 15:50:10 GMT
 From the command line, assuming you have the patch command:
patch -p 0 -i <path to patch>

Is how I apply patches that were generated using svn diff.

-Grant

On Mar 5, 2008, at 1:30 PM, Donna L Gresh wrote:

> Thanks Mark-
> I'm very much a newbie in all this patching stuff, but I don't think  
> I'm
> using anything other than built-in Eclipse functionality using team- 
> >apply
> patch. And it's clearly not working well.
>
> I took a look at TortoiseSVN but I think it's way overkill for me-- oh
> well; maybe I'll just wait until it makes it into a release :)
>
> Donna Gresh
>
>
>
> Mark Miller <markrmiller@gmail.com> wrote on 03/05/2008 12:07:21 PM:
>
>> Are you using subclipse to apply the patch? Its not very good at  
>> it. I
>> use TortoiseSVN for patching, as its much smarter about these things.
>> With TortoiseSVN, you just patch from the root dir and it knows you  
>> are
>> referring to the contrib folder thats under the root directory (the
>> directory you apply the patch to). I think subclipse also makes  
>> patches
>> with absolute URLs, which is not good either, though you can still  
>> use
>> them with the ignore stuff it has.
>>
>> Donna L Gresh wrote:
>>> I have downloaded the Lucene (core, 2.3.1) code and created a  
>>> project
>>> using Eclipse (pointing to src/java) to use it. That works fine,  
>>> along
>
>>> with the contrib highlighter jar file from the standard  
>>> distribution.
>>>
>>> I have also successfully added an additional Eclipse project for the
>>> (standard) Highlighter, pointing to ..contrib/highlighter/src/ 
>>> java . I
> can
>>> use this project instead of the standard highlighter jar file and  
>>> that
>
>>> works fine too.
>>>
>>> I am having trouble figuring out how to apply the patch (assuming
> that's
>>> possible) to get the SpanHighlighter functionality. When I try to
> apply
>>> the patch using team->apply patch and pointing to the patch xml  
>>> file,
> I am
>>> getting errors that seem to imply that the patch is looking for  
>>> things
>
>>> under contrib/highlighter.... which it can't find.
>>>
>>> I admit to knowing very little about patches; I am just interested  
>>> in
>>> getting the SpanHighlighter functionality.
>>>
>>> Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thank you.
>>>
>>> Donna  Gresh
>>>
>>>
>>
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