Download patch from email.
moon.linux at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 14 23:44:00 EST 2015
Thanks for your input.
I got following link which could be uses full for beginner.
`pwclient` can be used for example to retrieve patches, search the queue or update the state.
On Saturday, February 14, 2015 2:38 PM, Silvan Jegen <me at sillymon.ch> wrote:
On Sat, Feb 14, 2015 at 03:48:53AM +0000, Anand Moon wrote:
> I have configured mutt as email client.
> But my configuration don't allow me to download Linux patch's from
I use mutt's standard functionality to get patches from emails which I
did not have to configure IIRC. Depending on whether the patches have
been sent inline (within the email text itself) or attached to the email
I use two different methods.
I use 'C' (if there are multiple patches you can tag all the mail
messages first and then use ';C') to copy all the mail messages to a
mailbox file. This mailbox file can then be read by the 'git am' command
which applies all the patches (including the commit messages) to your
Select the mail message, click 'v' and save the attached patches to disk
Hope that helps. I would like to hear if other people have more
efficient workflows (using custom scripts for example)!
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