[x264-devel] How to apply a Patch to X.264....

Hadi Hadizadeh hadi.hadizadeh at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 18 22:03:52 CET 2009

On Sunday 18 January 2009 21:36:18 Hadi Hadizadeh wrote:> >>On Sunday 18 January 2009 21:03:30 Hadi Hadizadeh wrote:> >Hi,>>>> I have> >> a x.264 patch and I am trying to apply it manually (line by line).>> But> >> is there any fast way to apply a x.264 patch automatically?> >> Thanks.>patch -p1 < patch_name>you may want to add --dry-run to the> >> patch command to see if it cleanly >patches. If so, then remove> >> --dry-run to apply the patch>> Thanks. But where can I get patch.exe? (for win32)>Sorry, I have a bad habit of assuming that people on this list run Linux. For >Windows, you can try this one http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/>if anyone else has a better solution, take their word as I know little about >Windows

1- I found patch.exe in unxutils but I didn't see
any "--dry-run" option in its options list. What's the wrong?
2- Also, here is my patch: http://mailman.videolan.org/pipermail/x264-devel/2008-June/004663.html  
How can I download this patch from this mailing list?
3- and an easy question, how can I reply to this thread? ;) Thanks again!
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