OK, first.... please no lectures on why command line is better than GUI. I went through my radical anti-GUI (who needs a mouse anyway) days back in the '80s. Oh, and yes, I know what Cygwin is -- I even have it on another one of my computers...
Has anyone found a good Windows program that reads patch files and applies them to files on Windows?
I have wasted half a day trying to find one because I am trying to install the taxonomy_access module and much to my horror, it requires applying a patch to another module.
I found this really nice, deceptively named "winmerge" which is great for making diffs but doesn't merge.
So I have installed gnu patch for now, but I dislike programs that need command line options to work properly. It's a great way to destroy the universe at 4:28 am with a typo.