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Talk:How to apply a patch

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Applying a patch in Windows

Applying a patch in Windows section sends you to a Tutorial that says you need a basic understanding of Linux and really doesn't help that much. Perhaps someone knows where there is a Wind... Heather P

Hi Heather, thanks for the hint. I have just started working with patches myself and found the patching features of NetBeans quite useful . Will write some instructions as soon as I find the time. --Frank Ralf 05:35, 9 March 2009 (CDT)

I finally convinced myself to learn the fine art of applying patches, only to be stopped dead in my tracks by a broken link: the url that the 'patch' utility manual link points to is 404 - is no longer valid. I can't find where it has moved to. --Luis de Vasconcelos 11:51, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

I just updated the link. You just needed to Google 'patch manual page'.--Tim Hunt 13:03, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

The directions lost me at "download and extract Moodle". I have no clue as to what that might mean or how it would help me patch a module I want to use on a live web site. Need to pitch a bit lower methinks. Cheers KerryJ