to attach, or not to attach?
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Sun Feb 14 22:02:40 CET 2010
Why not do both ways?
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On Mon, 2010-02-15 at 07:58 +1100, Luke Yelavich wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 11:09:28PM EST, Chris Brannon wrote:
> > Halim Sahin wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > Thx for you work but please can you send the patches as attachmnent?
> > I basicly concur with William on this issue,
> > for the following three reasons.
> > 1. Inline patches are easier to review.
> > 2. They are customary in many git-using email-based communities, notably
> > the Linux Kernel Mailing List.
> > 3. By default, git format-patch gives inline patches.
> > Three is likely a corollary of two.
> > There is one good counter-argument against inlining.
> > If some list members are using a version control system other than git, then
> > they will have an easier time with attachments.
> I personally agree. I simply need to save the patch emails to a patches box, and run git am over that box.
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