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SubjectRe: Why not "attach" patches?
Linus Torvalds writes:
> In article <>,
> Martin Dalecki <> wrote:
> >
> >Don't worry - nothign prevents proper attached patches from beeing
> >applied - the FAQ is only a bit zealous on this ;-)
> Wrong.
> If I get a patch in an attachment (other than a "Text/PLAIN" type
> attachment with no mangling and that pretty much all mail readers and
> all tools will see as a normal body), I simply WILL NOT apply it unless
> I have strong reason to. I usually wont even bother looking at it,
> unless I expected something special from the sender.
> Really. Don't send patches as attachments.

Thanks for providing material I can quote :-) I've updated the FAQ
entry on this, and also included your sage words:

"So let it be written, so let it be done!" :-)


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