On Wednesday, July 16, 2014 8:44:59 AM UTC+2, Taowei Luo wrote:
> When running git diff or git format-patch, we know we may get a more 
> simply patch by --minimal option.
> I also want to split the changes in a file to several patches. So I use 
> git add -e or git add -p or git add -i.
> My problem is I can't get these two things together. Say, using git add -e 
> to edit patches on the minimal changes of a file. (It seems the --minimal 
> is not a default option and not even an option for git add)
> Anyone has ideas about this?

I'm not sure what the question is here. Do you just want to have 
patches/diffs of the things you've staged? git diff --staged > patch oughta 
do that..  

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