Sinisa Milivojevic wrote:
>Denis Rampnoux writes:
>>Assuming I have a directory called /usr/local/src/mysql++1.7.9 which
>>contains all the sources of , could you please tell me where to place
>>the patch file and then which is the command line to apply it ?
>>Thank you by advance for your help
>Start from a fresh tarball, cd to directory about mysql++ and apply
>patch like this :
>patch -p1 < ....
>place patch wherever you want.
It is exactly what I have done : patch -p1 <
and this is what I get :
can't find file to patch at input line 17
Perhaps you used the wrong -p or --strip option?
The text leading up to this was:
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: COPYING
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: INSTALL
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: Makefile
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: Makefile.in
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: aclocal.m4
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: build
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: config.guess
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: config.h
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: config.log
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: config.status
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: config.sub
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/: configure
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/examples: .deps
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/examples: .libs
|Only in mysql++-1.7.9-patched/examples: Makefile
|diff -r mysql++-1.7.9/examples/Makefile.in
File to patch:
So then, I must enter the complete path fore each file... and I have
tried the use of -d, -B options, the problem remain the same...
Any new idea ?