On Saturday 2012-09-15 19:08, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>If you plan to use "git send-email" to send the final results out,
>you should consider "git send-email" as your "MUA" in the quoted
>paragraph. And that will be very platform independent viewpoint to
>see things from.
>"git format-patch -o my-series/ --cover-letter ..." would treat
>"my-series/" directory as "MUA's drafts folder" and prepares the
>messages you would want to send out, and you can proof-read and edit
>the files in there before telling your "MUA" to send them out, with
>"git send-email ... my-series/*.patch" or something.
One can also send [0/n] with a normal MUA, and then use
git send-email --in-reply-to '<messageid...@yourhost.no>' commitrange
It's not like 0/n has to be emitted at the same second 1/n is :)
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