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==General Syntax== White-space, empty lines, and unrecognized tokens are ignored outside of any block, and the DeHackEd parser is in general very forgiving. Comments can be provided for your own benefit, or for that of other editors. Comments start with a pound sign (#) and extend to the end of the line. Example: # This is a comment Note that comments are not allowed within some blocks, including several of the BEX extension blocks. It is best to keep all comments outside of blocks for this reason. It is common for this header to appear in DeHackEd files which pre-date the DOOM source release: Patch File for DeHackEd v3.0 # Note: Use the pound sign ('#') to start comment lines. Doom version = 21 Patch format = 6 However, none of this information is needed or used by Eternity in any way, and it is discarded as unrecognized text. You do not need to include any header information in your own files. Note that the patch version information is important for old patches in that it will tell you whether or not Eternity can use the file. Patches of format other than 6 are not guaranteed to work, and Eternity does NOT support the older, obsolete binary patch format.
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