On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 1:44 PM,  <jese....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>      Here is a simple script to show my problem. I don't know if it's a
> wrong operation (from me), a wrong configuration/parameter, or either a bug,
> but I don't get what I expected.
>      From a git repo (#1), I created a commit message containing two lines.
> Then I created a patch (git format-patch) and copy/paste it to another git
> repo (#2). When I import this patch (git am), the commit message is modified
> and both lines are "merged" to a single one.
>     Screenshot providen (repo1 : two separated lines, repo2 : a single line)
> with .sh script to reproduce the whole test-case.
> If someone could tell me what is wrong... Thanks in advance

This isn't unique to Git for Windows, I just tested on Linux and the
same occurs.

What seems to happen is that git format-patch puts both lines in the
subject of the e-mail, as you can find described here:


"By default, the subject of a single patch is "[PATCH] " followed by
the concatenation of lines from the commit message up to the first
blank line (see the DISCUSSION section of git-commit(1))."

So, this is entirely intentional, it seems.
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