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    Stefan Richter <stefanr@s5r6.in-berlin.de> writes:

    > A related question: If a patch written by author A is forwarded via
    > e-mail by person B to git tree maintainer C, and C imports the mail with
    > git-am or git-applymbox --- will git catch the _last_ "From: " line
    > (hopefully listing the address of A) or the first "From: " line (which
    > contains the forwarding address of B) as author of the patch?
    >
    > Similarly, will it care for the last or first "Subject: " line? (The
    > first line being the actual mail header, the last being a line in the
    > mail body or a line in a plain-text encoded attachment, that is.)

    The main question was answered by Ben, so this may be a bit
    offtopic, but I'll answer git questions anyway.

    The author-name-email, subject, and author-date are taken from
    the RFC2822 headers of the e-mail the committer feeds git-am,
    but you can override them by having "From: ", "Subject: ", and
    "Date: " as the first lines of the message body, like this:

    From: "For W. Arder" <forwarder@example.com>
    Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 11:49:22 +0200
    Subject: forwarding patch (was Re: ieee1394)
    Message-ID: ...

    From: Stefan Richter <stefanr@s5r6.in-berlin.de>
    Date: Mon Jun 12 18:16:25 2006 -0400
    Subject: eth1394: replace __constant_htons by htons

    ...and __constant_ntohs, __constant_ntohl, __constant_cpu_to_be32 too
    where possible. Htons and friends are resolved to constants in these
    places anyway. Also fix an endianess glitch in a log message, spotted
    by Alexey Dobriyan.

    Signed-off-by: Stefan Richter <stefanr@s5r6.in-berlin.de>

    Note that the latter three header-looking lines are not RFC2822
    headers but part of your (eh, Mr Arder's) message body.

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