On 10/24/2012 04:40 AM, Martin Kosek wrote:
I think I am just too conservative, but I am perfectly comfortable with my
home-grown scripts which detect the next number(s) of sent patch, prepares me
an e-mail with attachments I can further amend and the script also attaches the
patch to Trac ticket.


Yeah, I share your conservative approach. I usually don't allow my script to automatically send an email via the -s option. It always generates a "git format-patch" file whose filename matches IPA conventions in an archive directory whether it sends it or not. I usually skip automatic sending and instead compose an email and attach the newest entry in the archive. That gives me a chance to review it and add text.

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