Kirill Smelkov <> writes:

> Another question: I'm preparing another version of "pack-objects: Teach
> --use-bitmap-index codepath to  respect --local ..." and was going to
> put
>     ( updated patch is in the end of this mail )
> in the top of the message. Is it ok or better not to do so and just respin
> the patch in its own separate mail?

That would force those who pick leftover bits to _open_ and read a
first few lines.

Definitely it is better than burying a patch after 60+ lines, but a
separate patch with incremented "[PATCH v6 1/2]" on the subject line
beats it hands-down from discoverability's point of view.
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