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: Is there a direct way people can download patches beside copy/paste from ML or downloading from Mantis?
 
: Is there a direct way people can download patches beside copy/paste from ML or downloading from Mantis?
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Or create a patch file out of your modified source, agains svn version :
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== Apply the patch ==

Revision as of 21:50, 14 August 2014


See : http://jungels.net/articles/diff-patch-ten-minutes.html


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Download Scribus source via svn

Create a SVN repository on your computer (use svn command in a console window to download the right source)

See Building_SVN_versions_with_CMake

Get patch file

From mailing list or bug tracker Needs to be expanded

Is there a direct way people can download patches beside copy/paste from ML or downloading from Mantis?


Or create a patch file out of your modified source, agains svn version : svn diff -x -u -x -w -x -b > nameofyourpatch.patch

Apply the patch

Use the patch command in your console. Needs to be expanded

Compile the source

Use QT Creator for code-browsing and compiling Needs to be expanded

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