On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 7:06 PM, Thomas Rast <tr...@inf.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Matthieu Moy <matthieu....@grenoble-inp.fr> writes:
> My $0.02:
> * Allow "git add -p" to use "git diff --color-words" to show hunks
> Check if you can use the existing --word-diff=porcelain output somehow
> to get it done in pure perl. Alternatively, try to hack a word-diff
> mode where it spews out both the line-diff (for later application) and
> the word-diff (for display) in some clever format, so that the perl
> code can easily match them up. If neither one is possible my feeling
> is that it's one of the hardest tasks on the list. (Not to
> discourcage anyone from trying, but still.)
Yes, please.. Also in some case, I'd like to pass the pattern to
--color-words (usually just --color-words=.). Something for the
student to think about when designing the interface.
> * Allow git send-email --cc 'f...@example.com, b...@example.com' instead
> of git send-email --cc f...@example.com --cc b...@example.com
> That would be really nice. Bonus points if it handles continuation
> lines etc. correctly, so that it's even easier to paste.
* Color the header lines in git send-email. Bonus point if it could
highlight possible typos like f...@example.co.
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