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    Quote Originally Posted by Portals View Post
    I ran into a problem with the diff.

    fatal: git apply: bad git-diff - expected /dev/null on line 155
    Read the readme.
    How EXACTLY did you download the diff? If you copy pasted it then you did wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rochet2 View Post
    Read the readme.
    How EXACTLY did you download the diff? If you copy pasted it then you did wrong.
    I actually copy/pasted it and it worked.

    Running Debian 8, using 3.3.5a Trinity + Eluna

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladd View Post
    I actually copy/pasted it and it worked.

    Running Debian 8, using 3.3.5a Trinity + Eluna
    Thats because you are running linux. On windows copy pasting doesnt work due to windows style line endings being used due to the copy pasting.
    The diff should use unix style line endings that are replaced by windows on copy paste. :)

    So to get rid of that the general guide is not to copy paste.
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    A question not sure if that will make any difference, but when you set up Git it ask you if you want to use overwrite windows cmd and some binaries with Linux if i remember correctly, will that make it possible to just copy and paste or is that totally irrelevant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syphex View Post
    A question not sure if that will make any difference, but when you set up Git it ask you if you want to use overwrite windows cmd and some binaries with Linux if i remember correctly, will that make it possible to just copy and paste or is that totally irrelevant?
    No idea what you mean, but copypasting never sounds good, especially when we talk about patches that affect different existing files and programs etc. And need to take into account that everything is on different version of eachother, so copy pasting will likely mix up different versions causing errors etc.

    If you meant the copypasting of a diff directly, then that has to do with line endings that the clipboard does and git cant handle (git uses linux line endings and windows copy paste converts them to windows style line endings)
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