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Hunk???

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jackal, Aug 25, 2003.

  1. jackal

    jackal Well-Known Member
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    patching file anonusr.htm
    Hunk #1 FAILED at 128.
    1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file anonusr.htm.rej


    What does that mean? Go it while running upcp.

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    I am getting it too. Does anyone know what is causing this to suddenly appear?

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    Just happened for me too. I doubt it's anything to worry about, but I am curious as to what it means.

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    Basically it means that a patch failed to be applied to the system.

    Definition:

    a Hunk
    Every patch is composed of a finite number of Hunks. Every hunk contains the necessary information to patch a file. This information includes the old code as well as the new code. For most patches, hunks are separated by the string *************** at the beginning of a line. For example:


    ***************
    *** 139,144 ****
    --- 139,149 ----
    pico_all_done = 0;
    km_popped = 0;

    + if (pm->auto_cmds){
    + #define CTRL_X 24
    + if ((pm->auto_cmds[0] == CTRL_X) && (pm->auto_cmds[1] == 'y')){
    + return (1);}}
    + if(!vtinit()) /* Init Displays. */
    return(COMP_CANCEL);


    is a Hunk. When a patch is being applied 1 or more hunks are being applied to the same file.

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    What it means is not of concern. Why is it happening is the issue and when will it be addressed???

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  6. jackal

    jackal Well-Known Member
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    Process of loading E 130 hunk problem still exists

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    #6 jackal, Aug 28, 2003
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2003
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    still exists here too... and the system can not upgrade past the 135 build.

    I want to get the do you have the latest version

    YEP EXCITING! MESSAGE!!! ;)

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    pirania1 Well-Known Member

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    hmm.. I found another definition:

    hunk

    n 1: a well-built sexually attractive man 2: a large piece of something without definite shape; "a hunk of bread" or "a lump of coal" [syn: lump]

    Source: WordNet ® 1.6, © 1997 Princeton University

    Maybe bdraco is trying to tell us something?
    :D

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