Thanks for that. Interesting. Here's what I did just now:
1). Checked out a clean copy of PMS 412 into a new folder e.g. C:\TEMP_412\. In the dialog box, you can select 412 in the "Revision" field:
2). Copied the patch file into the patch file into the ps3mediaserver folder e.g. C:\TEMP_412\ps3mediaserver.
3). Using Command Prompt, I navigate to the folder and type the command: patch -p0 < BDP-Sx70.patch
4). Then in the same folder type the command: ant
Result is shown here:
As you can see, I had no problems patching the code or compiling it. FYI, I am using:
- Windows XP (32bit) SP3
- Java[TM] SE Development Kit 6 Update 23
- TortoiseSVN 220.127.116.1136 (32bit)
- Apache Ant 1.8.1
- GnuWin32's patch.exe 18.104.22.16870
What software versions are you using?
Hmm a clean copy builds perfectly. The only difference from my setup and yours is Windows 7 and the "GnuWin32's patch.exe" i simplay applied the patch files with TortoiseSVN.
I will try GnuWin now to check if applaying the patch withTortoiseSVN is causing the problem
Using GnuWin32's patch.exe it works. Apparently TortoiseSVN breaks something while apllaying the patch.
Thank you very much for the quick response, and helpfull service