I do want the diffs back: its the only way I have to keep at least some idea of what is changing any why.

Dont care if I'm called an old foggy either - 1997 wasnt that long ago for me.

On 09/08/10 13:32, Jan Ingvoldstad wrote:
On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 07:41, Jason Switzer<jswit...@gmail.com>  wrote:

I'm surprised anyone actually ever read the diff part of the message. I
would prefer to never see that feature again. This has a link to the
which has a much better diff viewer than plaintext email (hello? 1997
called, they want their change notices back).

In some respects, I want 1997 back, since people learned how to work
efficiently rather than not. ;)

I both like and can read the contextual diffs just fine.

It links to the actual change
and even highlights the changes.

Yes, it's all very nice, and nothing that needs to go away. Having it both
ways can't hurt.

Now I'll actually take a moment to sift
through the changes. I vote to never see those diff emails ever again. In
fact, if the diffs are brought back, I'll just subscribe to the commit feed
and skip the email notice all together.

That seems like a reasonable solution for you, then.

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