On Fri, 8 Jul 2005, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> If it is fed a commit with more than one leading blank lines,
> the sed scripts git-format-patch-script used looped forever.
> This patch fixes it.
How about using "git-stripspace"? That's what it's there for. It strips
whitespace from the end of lines, from the beginning, and from the end. It
also removes multiple consecutive whitespace lines from within the body of
the message - which might turn some people off, but I use that same thing
when I do my automated email commits, so if you don't strip those lines
from the email, they _will_ get stripped at commit time, so..
"git-stripspace" also doesn't get confused by non-empty lines that have
spaces in them, like your script seems to be (ie /^$/ won't match a line
that has a space on it).
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