Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:

> Doesn't
>       git send-email --to='Foo <f...@example.com>' --to='b...@example.com'
> work?  If it does, I do not see much point of this change.  If you
> are starting from two pieces of information, why combine it into
> one, only have the program to split it again, risking to be bitten
> by bugs, and changing the code to do so, risking to add new bugs?

The obvious use-case is to copy-paste a list of addresses from an email.
Currently, the Cc: list of the email I'm sending looks like

Cc: jorge-juan.garcia-gar...@ensimag.imag.fr,  git@vger.kernel.org,  Mathieu 
Lienard--Mayor <mathieu.lienard--ma...@ensimag.imag.fr>

If I were to use "git send-email" on it, I'd have to cut the list

This could be mentionned in the commit message.

Matthieu Moy
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