Junio C Hamano <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Apparently, my mail was encoded as QP, which is not very popular
>> around here. But it seems that the diff part was decoded properly
>> before applying. Was that done manually?
> Yes, the patch had some context conflicts with some other patch
> so the patch application was done by hand, and I did a quick and
> dirty cut & paste of the commit message from "cat mbox" output.
> I will probably drop future patches encoded in QP.
Ok, but do you have an answer to my real question? What is the
character encoding for commit objects in your git repository?
It is obviously one that is compatible with ASCII, which probably
leaves you with the alternatives ASCII, Latin1, and UTF-8. And plain
ASCII obviously doesn't work very well for me.
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