No one knows what the fuzz was all about, so we set it to 0.
OK, I guess I can't leave it as this :)
rpm so far applied patches with a pretty heavy "fuzz factor",
which means patch tried to be clever and ignore "small" differences
to the code you was patching. As patch is - well - patch, this
can go wrong. rpm 4.7.1 changed the default not to rely on
patch being clever and set the fuzz to 0, but we reverted that
for 11.2 as it was a bit too much failure for a little time.
But now I reverted the revert and rpm is back to 0 - and I also
submitted 170 packages to their devel projects (gently causing
the "My Projects" link to timeout - so Pavol was so nice to split
out "My Requests" :). The packages I submitted where those where
I could automate the refresh, there will be plenty of failures
left - so be warned.
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