Re: [dev] [st] keep some glyph modes for the cursor

From: Eric Pruitt <>
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2017 11:12:20 -0800

On Mon, Feb 06, 2017 at 12:48:45PM -0600, LaFreniere, Joseph wrote:
> May I ask why the patch was included in the message body as opposed to an
> attachment? I am unfamiliar to mailing list conventions, but it seems that
> a discrete file would be more easily managed.


> When sending a patch use the following commands:
> cd $project
> git send-email --subject-prefix="$(basename $(pwd))][PATCH" \
> --to -1
> This will send the last commit of the repository to the mailinglist
> adding a prefix to the subject which includes the appropriate project
> name. This allows easier referencing and filtering of the e-mails for
> the maintainers subscribed to hackers_AT_.

There have been discussions about the preferred patch format, but there
were lots of differing opinions, and people still often use attachments
despite what the community documentation requests.

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