On Wed, Oct 02, 2013 at 10:25:25AM +0200, Matthijs Kooijman wrote:
> sometimes when I send a patch, I want to reply it to an existing e-mail,
> using pretty much the same recipient list. Currently, I have to:
> - copy-paste the message id for --in-reply-to header
> - copy one address for --to
> - copy the other addresses for the --cc's
> Since I can't just chuck a list of addresses into --cc and I need to
> quote every one because of the <> and spaces in there, this feels like
> it's more tedious than needed.
> It seems like there should be a weay to just copy paste the headers from
> the original e-mail into the stdin of git send-email or a wrapper script
> and let it sort things out from there.
> Is there any interest in something like this? Does anyone else perhaps
> already have such a script lying around?
I have been working on this for a while, but haven't yet got anything
into a suitable state for submission (and haven't made progress on it
for a while). My WIP is at:
The idea is to introduce a new helper protocol so that you can implement
various ways of finding a message given a message-id; I've implemented
one that finds the message from gmane.
What's there works in format-patch but not with send-email, which
implements message IDs itself rather than forwarding the arguments to
format-patch and I haven't had time to investigate changing send-email
to work with these patches.
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