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Re: [PATCH v2 1/2] refs: Add for_each_worktree_ref for iterating over all worktree HEADs




On 05/18, Samuel Lijin wrote:
> On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 5:40 AM, Simon Ruderich <simon@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 06:45:31PM -0700, Manish Goregaokar wrote:
> >> Hm, my invocation of git-send-email keeps getting the threading wrong.
> >> Is there a recommended set of arguments to the command?
> >
> > The threading looks fine here (for both cases where you mentioned
> > it being wrong). Why do you think it's wrong? How does it look on
> > your end?
> 
> If you're on gmail (as Manish and I both are) patches in a subsequent

Gmail does not do threading, well not true threading.  It does grouping
of emails by subject line, that's it. If you want to view threading
(based on message-id) properly then you'll probably need to use a
different email client.

> version will be threaded (wrongly) against "earlier" versions of the
> patch. So if you have patch series A0, A1, A2, A3 and new version B0,
> B1, B2, if you thread them as
> 
> A0
> - A1
> - A2
> - A3
> - B0
>   - B1
>   - B2
> 
> gmail will show them in your inbox as
> 
> A0
> - B0
> 
> A1
> - B1
> 
> A2
> 
> A3
> - B2
> 
> Depending on whatever heuristics they use to match up "threads",
> presumably because most emails aren't threaded correctly.

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Brandon Williams