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applying diff and patch file

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can someone pls assist or guide me on how to apply .diff or patch file? i just dont get it. pls step by step. thank u so much guyts

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Git

you already have it if you did download rAthena through git (what you should have done)

 

ofc there is a lot of ways but this the most common way

 

you can check this video to see how i applied my diff to rathena

https://youtu.be/kY6X0PqCrqg?t=151

also better to backup your server if it's big diff

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while you are in the folder

git apply <path of the file and the file name>

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which software i need to use? so noob

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On 4/7/2018 at 4:01 PM, sader1992 said:

Git

you already have it if you did download rAthena through git (what you should have done)

 

ofc there is a lot of ways but this the most common way

 

you can check this video to see how i applied my diff to rathena

https://youtu.be/kY6X0PqCrqg?t=151

also better to backup your server if it's big diff

This is a great Tutorial.
Thanks man!

Edited by KrenjerJS

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hi just a question why do i get " it not a working copy "

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On 4/7/2018 at 4:01 PM, sader1992 said:

Git

you already have it if you did download rAthena through git (what you should have done)

 

ofc there is a lot of ways but this the most common way

 

you can check this video to see how i applied my diff to rathena

https://youtu.be/kY6X0PqCrqg?t=151

also better to backup your server if it's big diff

Hi Sader, May I know what Linux OS are you using? I want to know how to have that kind of terminal. Thanks 😄

 

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