OK, I can reproduce that.
Stephen: this is going to interact with your series on moving parsing
into management commands. We're also going to need to do a different
patch for the 1.1 stable branch. We might even want to go all the way
back to 1.0 for kernel.org...
Thomas Monjalon <thomas.monja...@6wind.com> writes:
> 2016-09-16 08:33, Daniel Axtens:
>> Hi Thomas,
>> > Sometimes we receive some patches with a strange character in
>> > a header "Received:" so the patch is not parsed in patchwork.
>> > I have not yet investigated where the script is failing,
>> > but I just want to ask first if there is a work in progress
>> > about this issue?
>> > And could it be fixed by removing "Received:" lines from the email?
>> Python 2 or Python 3? I know about Py3 parsing issues, but not about any
>> Py2 ones.
> It is Python 2.7.
>> Also, I'm collecting a set of these sorts of 'interesting' emails to
>> integrate into the tests. If you could forward me a copy that would be
>> very much appreciated. I don't know if it's a public mail - if not, feel
>> free to redact anything sensitive. As long as it's still a valid
>> email and still makes patchwork fail, it's helpful.
> It is a public email. I've just sent you one.
> The problem is the character
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