xorg/app/xhost: [PATCH] Remove support for old kerberos5 api.

Paulo César Pereira de Andrade pcpa at mandriva.com.br
Wed Feb 4 14:49:00 PST 2009

Ian Romanick wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 04, 2009 at 05:07:26PM -0200, Paulo César Pereira de Andrade
> wrote:
>>   After testing with a few other options, I come back
>> to the "old" method of attaching a "git format-patch"
>> formatted file to the message, and adding some intial
>> comments. So that it would also make it easier to specify
>> in the subject what repository the patch should be applied.
> There may be a slightly better way to do this.  When I need to send
> patches to the list, I generally use mutt.  Create the patch using
> git-format-patch, as you're doing.  I then use 'mutt -H <patch file>'
> to send the patch.  You'll have to "edit" and save the file, though.
> If you don't, mutt decides that you did not thing to the message and
> won't send it.

  For some reason I am not happy with it :-) There was another
suggestion in irc:
<wereHamster> pcpa: there's also git-imap-send

and it is pretty interesting to put it as a "draft", so one could
use any MUA to edit it and choose sending or not, as long as it at
least understand imap, and you are using imap of course :-)
  But I still disliked it because it makes it hard in some cases
to actually get a "verbatim" copy of the email containing the
patch, and git am at least wants the email headers, etc.

>>   Another option could be to create a bugzilla entry
>> per patch.


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