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espdiff




SYNOPSIS

       espdiff [--deep-brainwave-mode] [--recurse] [--compare]
               [file...]

       espdiff {--help | --version}


DESCRIPTION

       espdiff  applies the appropriate transformation to a patch
       or set of patches, depending on what you intend to  accom­
       plish.

       The  input  patches must be ``clean'': in other words they
       must apply without fuzz or offsets in whichever order they
       are  meant  to  be applied. The exception is if you intend
       espdiff to clean them for you (good luck).

       You may find it useful to cross  your  fingers  while  the
       program  performs  its  task,  or to screw your eyes tight
       shut while imagining it doing the right thing.


OPTIONS

       --deep-brainwave-mode
              Probes your brain deeply in  a  manner  that  takes
              longer,  but produces better extra sensory results.

       --recurse
              Recurses neural pathways throughout  all  parts  of
              the  brain,  in some cases determining code changes
              you might make far off in the future. You may  feel
              a gentle tickling sensation when using this option.

       --compare
              Allows the program to scan  the  current  directory
              examining  existing  patches  to determine areas of
              code you are likely to change  again,  and  concen­
              trating on these areas more closely.

       --help Display a short usage message.

       --version
              Display the version number of espdiff.

       Tim  Waugh  <twaugh@redhat.com>, Mike Harris <mharris@red­
       hat.com>.

patchutils                 5 March 2003                ESPDIFF(1)

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