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Re: [PATCH] datamash: fix --filler=X default in --help output

From: Shawn Wagner
Subject: Re: [PATCH] datamash: fix --filler=X default in --help output
Date: Wed, 18 May 2022 22:03:23 -0700

For some reason I'm not getting Erik's replies...

Anyways, I prefer GitHub style pull requests over/along with emailed patches, though that work flow has never seemed to catch on with many GNU projects. And when it changes two lines and is inline in the message instead of an attachment that can be saved, it's just as easy to just make the change manually instead of mucking with applying a patch.

On Wed, May 18, 2022, 2:49 PM Tim Rice <trice@posteo.net> wrote:
>for your(*) convenience the patch was in a form that could have been
>used with "git am" to apply it.  That way you would not even have had
>to write a commit message yourself. :-)

Thanks for the tip. I was wondering about what workflow is best for getting patches from emails into Git. I guess I should start using offlineimap to make this easier.

~ Tim

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