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Author mcepl
Recipients Rosuav, mcepl, orsenthil, r.david.murray, terry.reedy
Date 2014-02-11.20:00:31
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On Tue, 2014-02-11 at 16:52 +0000, Terry J. Reedy wrote:
> Both patches have an unusual email section at the top that is not
> needed for this tracker, and which I have not seen here before. Is this
> something idiosyncratic to git?

Yes, it is output of git-format-patch(1) ... the advantage against the
plain diff is that it all commit's metadata are included so it can be
fully restored with git-am(1). It is a normal way how commits are sent

> I believe I have read elsewhere the recommendation to use 404 to avoid
> leading info. So taking that into account seems like a good idea. But I
> am not sure what the manual claims about urllib.request and I won't
> make the decision about which versions to apply a patch to.

Well, I would apply it at least to the latest py2k (aka 2.7.7?) and the
latest py3k (3.3.*,

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