Re: git-format-patch question

From: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
Date: 2006-05-29 06:35:31
Seth Falcon <sethfalcon@gmail.com> writes:

> 1. When is one supposed to use --signoff?  I gather the answer is
>    project specific, but a statement of what's expected for git
>    itself would probably help clarify things for me.

You shouldn't ;-).  Rather, you should sign-off when you make a
commit, or if you are forwarding somebody else's patch, before
you send the e-mail off.  

> 2. How should I add extra notes to an email generated using
>    git-format-patch?  Is this in the docs somewhere that I missed?  Is
>    there a recommended way to do this?

Read the format-patch output in your e-mail buffer and edit just
like you edit any text you write in your e-mail.

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