[Libreoffice] How to send a 'git diff' file?

David Norton david.k.norton at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 17:07:06 PDT 2010

What if you added the diff as an attachment to the email?

David Norton

On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 18:53, Yawar Amin <yawar.amin at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 2010-09-28, at 19:45, Nick Savage wrote:
> > I had the same problem. I used git to generate a patch file, and then
> > sent it in, and the email was much too long to be accepted, so I am
> > interested in how to do this as well.
> I believe Git practice is if you can describe your change in 50 characters
> or less, it’s fine as a single patch. If not, split it up. If you have the
> former case–patch that makes sense as a single file but still too big for
> email–then you can (1) file a bug report and attach the patch to that, or
> (2) have a public Git repo on e.g. GitHub and email the list asking devs to
> pull your changes.
> Yawar
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