Provided by: patchutils_0.2.31-4_i386 bug


       espdiff - apply the appropriate transformation to a set of patches


       espdiff [--deep-brainwave-mode] [--recurse] [--compare] [file...]

       espdiff {--help | --version}


       espdiff  applies  the  appropriate  transformation to a patch or set of
       patches, depending on what you intend to accomplish.

       The input patches must be ‘‘clean’’: in other  words  they  must  apply
       without  fuzz  or  offsets  in  whichever  order  they  are meant to be
       applied. The exception is if you intend espdiff to clean them  for  you
       (good luck).

       You may find it useful to cross your fingers while the program performs
       its task, or to screw your eyes tight shut while imagining it doing the
       right thing.


              Probes  your  brain  deeply  in  a manner that takes longer, but
              produces better extra sensory results.

              Recurses neural pathways throughout all parts of the  brain,  in
              some  cases  determining  code changes you might make far off in
              the future. You may feel a gentle tickling sensation when  using
              this option.

              Allows  the  program  to  scan  the  current directory examining
              existing patches to determine areas of code you  are  likely  to
              change again, and concentrating on these areas more closely.

       --help Display a short usage message.

              Display the version number of espdiff.


       Do  not  use this program while sleep-walking, or before your first cup
       of coffee.

       There are some cases in which it is not possible to determine what  the
       intention  of  the  user  is.  In these cases, you should construct the
       output you desire using an editor, and send the  input  files  together
       with  the  desired  output file to Tim Waugh <> asking
       for a new diff tool.


       Tim Waugh <>, Mike Harris <>.