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Re: getpriority() and top display for priority inconsistent

On Thu, 15 Aug 2019 12:20:38, Corinna Vinschen  wrote:
> On Aug 15 09:41, Lavrentiev, Anton (NIH/NLM/NCBI) [C] via cygwin wrote:
> > > git format-patch output with commit message, please?
> >=20
> > Please educate me how to do that;  I am just using "git diff --no-color".
> $ git add <files with changes you want to commit>
> $ git commit
>   - opens editor to create a commit message.  first line is summary,
>     second line stays empty, descriptive text follows in line 3+.
> $ git format-patch -1
>   - creates a git patch file which can be attached to your email or
>     just send *as* email with `git send-email --to=3D<addr> <filename>
> Starting with git has a bit steep learning curve, but it's totally
> worth it.  There's a great free online book available:

Steep learning curve is right (but you already got that, is it not,


Look at ch5 (distributed git), then .2 (contributing to a project),
then 'Public Project over Email'.

Also consult (using your Linux-box?)

 - man git-format-patch
 - man git-send-email

On Cygwin you have to install both git and git-email ... the latter
in case you want to use git send-email ...

Also, you will have to extend ~/.gitconfig in case you want to use
git send-email w/

	smtpserver = smtp....
	smtpencryption = ...
	smtpserverport = ...
	smtpuser = ...

You were leaving town soon, were you not?

Good luck!

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