Stephen Boyd <> writes:

> Can we throw up a big warning or just outright fail if someone types
> 'n' or 'y' and hits enter for the in-reply-to question in
> git-send-email? I saw a git-send-email sent patch with an In-Reply-To
> header containing n on lkml today and it makes threading in my mail
> client get confused.

Yeah, I think it is a good idea to minimally sanity check the answer
to in-reply-to (and possibly other fields); perhaps "does it have @
and dot" would be a good enough heuristics.

Please make it so ;-)
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