2012/9/3 Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com>:
> Marco Stornelli <marco.storne...@gmail.com> writes:
>> I tried the Johannes's script, but it seems it doesn't work well with
>> the pattern of format-patch (To: <mail1>,\n <mail2>,\n
>> <mailN>). The multilines are not well managed.
> I am guessing that the reason why Jonahhes's "copy our headers out
> with continuation lines intact" approach does not work is because
> Thunderbird does not want to see its own header part (i.e. that
> which comes before that $SEP) contain RFC-2822 style continuation
> Can you grab a typical input (i.e. the contents of what is passed as
> $1 to the appp.sh script) and show us how it looks like here so that
> we can take a look? It would be fine to paste the contents, but we
> might want to protect it from MUA by doing an attachment or a
> pastebin URL.
I don't have thunderbird now but actually it's really simple:
Each data must be in a signle line, for example "Cc: <mail1>,.....,<mailN>"
> It appears that the original script tries very hard to keep the
> Subject: line at the beginning, but I am not sure if that is because
> Thunderbird wants to read its "$1" that way, or it is just that
> original appp.sh script happened to be written that way without real
> reason. If I were updating this script, what I would do would be
> more like:
Ok, good coding then.
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