|author||Martin Jansa <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2020-11-01 00:45:33 +0100|
|committer||Martin Jansa <Martin.Jansa@gmail.com>||2021-02-04 12:35:30 +0100|
Revert "lib/oe/patch: fix handling of patches with no header"
* This reverts commit d9971f5dc8eb7de551fd6f5e058fd24770ef5d78. * With the missing Subject line fixed in GitApplyTree.prepareCommit() we should be able to revert, the fix which was trying to help it by parsing GitApplyTree.patch_line_prefix ("%% original patch:") also from Subject line, now GitApplyTree.patch_line_prefix should always end on separate line which is then skipped when copying the lines to resulting patch, see original commit message from Paul: lib/oe/patch: fix handling of patches with no header If a patch applied by a recipe has no header and we turn the recipe's source into a git tree (when PATCHTOOL = "git" or when using devtool extract / modify / upgrade), the commit message ends up consisting only of the original filename marker ("%% original patch: filename.patch"). When we come to do turn the commits back into a set of patches in extractPatches(), this first line ends up in the "Subject: " part of the file, but we were ignoring it because the line didn't start with the marker text. The end result was we weren't able to get the original patch name. Strip off any "Subject [PATCH x/y]" part before looking for the marker text to fix. This caused "devtool modify openssl" followed by "devtool update-recipe openssl" (without any changes in-between) to remove version-script.patch because that patch has no header and we weren't able to determine the original filename. Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <email@example.com> Signed-off-by: Steve Sakoman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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