[PATCH 01/10] cmd: Use CSTR_* instead of hardcoded values as result of CompareStringW
dank at kegel.com
Fri Aug 19 22:06:21 CDT 2011
2011/8/19 Frédéric Delanoy <frederic.delanoy at gmail.com>:
> The last [10/10] patch was the cause. I sent an updated version.
Hmm. You sent 10/10 before 1/10. My patch series recognizer
rejected the series. It would be hard to fix. Let's see if we can
live with the rule "patch series must be sent in order".
> I wonder how/whether the various (resend) or (try N) are handled for
> revised patch series
My recognizer does not notice those designations, nor the time or
order of arrival.
It only looks at the 'Date:' and 'From:' fields, and the '[%d/%d]'
part of the subject line.
(The exact regular expression I use is \[\D*(\d+)/(\d+)\D*\] .)
Humans prefer (resend) for unchanged resends, and (try N+1) for
changed resends, I think.
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