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Date: Tue, 7 May 2013 19:44:45 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: Some typos

On 7 May, 2013, at 17:55 , Alexander Cherepanov <> wrote:
>> Doing "git apply" of same patch in src/ dir does not even warn. It silently skips dynamic.conf. I really think it should warn.
> Maybe it's better for you to use "git am"? Save an emails with a interesting patches, edit them to remove unnecessary text and run "git am" on them. This will make a commit with an author taken from "From: " field etc.
> You can also try "git am" on my patches (patches, not emails) about non-ascii chars that I posted earlier today. They are prepared with "git format-patch".

Sure. Whenever a patch is named in the usual 0001- style, I use git am (so please never rename them to something different). I really appreciate that you use format-patch.

BTW I applied all your patches to bleeding and forgot about unstable as usual. Will do now.


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