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SubjectRe: Why not "attach" patches?
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Followup to:  <E16Sh69-0001iV-00@starship.berlin>
By author: Daniel Phillips <phillips@bonn-fries.net>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Kmail's patch-mangling problems seem to be all gone in kmail 2.2+. The only
> thing to be careful about is that word wrap should be off. Since I
> forgot to
> turn it off a couple of times I now leave it permanently off and turn it on
> for individual mails as needed.
>

The common ground most people seems to be able to accept is:

a. Go ahead and make patches as attachments, if your MUA makes it easier;
b. Be bloody certain they're text/plain attachments.

-hpa
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