RFC: prototype skeleton for wrpcss
gmturner007 at ameritech.net
Fri Nov 1 16:14:06 CST 2002
On Friday 01 November 2002 02:27 pm, Dimitrie O. Paun wrote:
> On November 1, 2002 11:57 am, Greg Turner wrote:
> > argh! cut-and-paste is the culprit. this is (another reason) why
> > I hate inlining patches... just too freakin' sloppy...
> Dude, you don't *need* to copy & paste to inline patches!!!
> Just use the "Insert File..." menu present in most (all?) mail
> clients... I typically do the file insertion as the very last thing,
> so that I only press "Send". Not that much chance of an error.
I did it this way. still botched it. your order-of-operations
heuristic is a good one, and would have prevented this mistake, except
in this case, cc'ing Alexandre and Ove was an afterthought, hence the
cut-and-paste boo boo.
Like I said before, I am aware that a majority of the folks around here
prefer the inlined patches, and I want to make you happy... so I'm
compromising: small patches, or patches not intended to be applied are
gonna get inlined. Big nasties are going in as attachments until
Alexandre refuses to accept them. In the future I will mark all
attachments for inline display, which should satisfy most readers,
without driving me insane in the process.
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