Download patch from email.
moon.linux at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 15 11:48:45 EST 2015
I debug a bit more on the patchwork "pwclient" approach.
Here are steps how to setup.
Download the ".pwclientrc" from the project dir you want to download patches from.
For example I downloaded from the following link.
After that I checkout the "git clone git://ozlabs.org/home/jk/git/patchwork"
ubuntu at arm:~/study/patchwork$ ./apps/patchwork/bin/pwclient list -n 4
ID State Name
-- ----- ----
2076111 New [v2] ARM: dts: Add node for GMAC for exynos5440
2076251 New ARM: S3C24XX: Remove plat-s3c24xx directory in arch/arm/
2076701 New ARM: EXYNOS5: Fix PMU register configuration for local power blocks
2079361 New [v3,1/5] ARM: dts: Add FIMD node to exynos4
Now if I can download the patch with respect to id's
ubuntu at arm:~/study/patchwork$ ./apps/patchwork/bin/pwclient get 2079361
Saved patch to v3-1-5-ARM-dts-Add-FIMD-node-to-exynos4.patch
ubuntu at arm:~/study/patchwork$
After this we can use git am command to apply the patch.
This seams to easy approach to me.
On Sunday, February 15, 2015 3:01 PM, Silvan Jegen <me at sillymon.ch> wrote:
On Sun, Feb 15, 2015 at 08:11:51AM +0200, Elazar Leibovich wrote:
> I use "|".
> $ cd ~/linux-source
> $ mutt
> (select email with patch)
> |git am
> Git applies the patch to the current directory
Ah, I knew about '|' but I did not know that git am can read from stdin
as well, nice!
> Last note, from gmail, one can use the "show original" menu item, and
> save/copy-paste the text from there. git am would understand that.
Yes, I do that when I am not on my computer... I think all webmail
clients I have used do have a 'Show original' (or similar) option whose
text you can just copy paste.
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