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From Dick Groskamp <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Corrected two typos on website
Date Sat, 25 Jun 2011 09:57:36 GMT
Op 24-6-2011 23:39, Dennis E. Hamilton schreef:
> It helps if patches are in-line in the mail note.  (That way, EOL differences are compensated
for and those of us with an MS-DOS mentality don't have to save the attachment to disk to
find a way to view it correctly.)
>   - Dennis
> PS: I guess I should find a way to change my default *.txt viewer to one that is agnostic
about EOL conventions, but the one I prefer takes too long to fire up.
OK,  but, being the tech illaterate that I am, that seems to be a 
contradiction of this page:
"Some projects don't use an issue tracker. In that case, send the patch 
as an attachment to an e-mail with a subject prefixed with "[PATCH]". 
Patches should be sent to the appropriate development mailing list."

Just trying to get it clear. I don't mind to put it in-line nor to 
attach it.
It makes hardly any difference to me.

Or is it dependent on the text-editor I am using (Notepad++ in this case)?


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