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       unwrapdiff [-v] [file...]

       unwrapdiff {--help | --version}


       unwrapdiff  demangles patches that have been word-wrapped,
       in an attempt to make them useful.

       The corrected diff is sent to standard output.  Note  that
       you  will probably need to use the -l option when applying
       the patch, in order to ignore any  whitespace  differences
       there may be.


       -v     Verbose  operation.  A list of lines that are modi≠
              fied in a way  that  might  be  wrong  is  sent  to

       --help Display a short usage message.

              Display the version number of unwrapdiff.


       Some  heuristics are used to decide whether use a space to
       recombine a wrapped line, or just join them together. Cur≠
       rently  this  is done by comparing with last three charac≠
       ters of a line with the first two characters of  its  con≠
       tinuation, and using a space of any of them are different.

       The  patch  needs  to  have  been   valid   before   being

       The last line of a hunk is nearly always ambiguous. If the
       next  line  begins  ``@@'',  ``Index:¬ '',  ``diff¬ ''  or
       ``---¬ '' then it is taken to be complete; otherwise it is
       unwrapped using the next line.


       Tim Waugh <twaugh@redhat.com>.

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