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Re: [PATCH] t/pm: Use Test::Simple for Perl tests

From: Mathieu Lirzin
Subject: Re: [PATCH] t/pm: Use Test::Simple for Perl tests
Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2018 12:54:07 +0200
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Matthias Paulmier <address@hidden> writes:

> I sure can, I was feeling like it was a bit long but for some reason
> thought it was better that way.

No problem, the appropriate granularity for patches is a subjective
matter.  However in practice software projects tend to agree that new
features, bug fixes, and file renaming/moving should be done in
separated commit/patches.

> Can I send multiple patches at once (in one email as attachements), or
> should I send them each on their own?

Both are possible, and convenient for me.

To be more precise, if you do it by hand with attachments, it will be
simpler to include all those attachments in one email.

Alternatively If you use ‘git send-email’, by default it sends the
patches in response to the first patch or the “cover letter” if you made
one.  In your case you it is important to add the
‘--in-reply-to="<address@hidden>"’ option to ensure that
your first patch is sent in response to the current thread.

Mathieu Lirzin
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