> PS. I know that attaching the output of "git format-patch" to a message
> like this isn't the "git way". (That is, you won't get the right result
> by simply piping this message to "git am".) But I really wish it
> were. It seems I often write code in response to an email message and I
> often want to reply to that *message* and incidentally provide a
> patch. The git way, with the commit message in the subject and the first
> part of the body seems backwards to me, (as far as the conversation is
> concerned).

How about attaching a message/rfc822 part which contains the patch?

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