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Re: [libvirt] [Qemu-devel] [PATCH v2 1/4] qapi: Convert getfd and closefd





On 06/13/2012 04:41 PM, Eric Blake wrote:
On 06/13/2012 02:17 PM, Corey Bryant wrote:


On 06/13/2012 03:42 PM, Luiz Capitulino wrote:
On Fri,  8 Jun 2012 11:42:56 -0400
Corey Bryant <coreyb linux vnet ibm com> wrote:

v2:
   - Convert getfd and closefd to QAPI (lcapitulino redhat com)
   - Remove changes that returned fd from getfd (lcapitulino redhat com)
   - Wrap hmp_* functions around qmp_* functions (kwolf redhat com)
   - Move hmp_* functions to hmp.c (lcapitulino redhat com)
   - Drop .user_print lines (lcapitulino redhat com)
   - Use 'cmd' instead of 'cmd_new' for HMP (lcapitulino redhat com)
   - Change QMP command existance back to 0.14 (lcapitulino redhat com)

Btw, having the changelog like this is not nice because it becomes part
of the history. It's better to move it after the '---' line, so that
git ignores it.


I see your point and I can do this in v3.  But can I add text after the
'---' line in the commit message via 'git commit' or do I have to
manually edit the patches?

I also like tracking my notes to self/reviewers in the commit message as
I do a rebase.  'git send-email' automatically adds --- at the end of
your commit message, so I personally end up using 'git send-email
--annotate' and manually move the --- line to occur before my separation
point.  I think you can also stick --- in the middle of your commit
message at which point 'git am' will truncate from the first instance
when applying your email, without you having to edit things when
mailing, although I haven't tried it myself (at any rate, I have seen
patches from others with double --- lines, and assume that the doubled
line is a result of the literal --- line in their commit message).

Supposedly, it is also possible to use 'git notes' coupled with
notes.rewrite* options in your .gitconfig to track your notes over a
rebase, as well as an undocumented option to 'git send-email' to have
your notes automatically included after a lone --- line, but that are of
git is woefully under-documented and probably has issues that need
fixing before turning it into a daily workflow.


Thanks for the tips!

--
Regards,
Corey



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