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Re: [Orgmode] :cache documentation patch

From: Thomas S. Dye
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] :cache documentation patch
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 08:32:50 -1000

Hi Eric,

Will do. The earlier patch was made with magit. I used the d command, Diff working tree, then saved the output to the file I sent.

If I understand correctly, the missing step was the commit. I should be able to follow a commit with the D command in magit, starting at HEAD~1 and ending with HEAD. Then save the resulting buffer to foo.patch, right?

Or, is it better to do this outside magit so the results don't pass through an emacs buffer on their way to disk?

All the best,

On Jan 5, 2011, at 6:27 AM, Eric Schulte wrote:

Applied, Thanks -- Eric

p.s. would you mind submitting git formatted patches for these sort of
    updates in the future?  It greatly simplifies the process of
applying the patch. The process for creating a git formatted patch
    is as follows...

    1. commit your changes to your local copy of the org-mode
    2. run the following command to wrap up the latest commit on your
       local copy of the repository into a file which can be attached
       to email messages

           git format-patch -o ~/Desktop/ HEAD~1

       after the command finished you will notice a new file on your
       Desktop with a name like 0001-commit-message-stuff.patch

Thanks Again -- Eric

"Thomas S. Dye" <address@hidden> writes:

Aloha all,

The attached patch documents the behavior of the :cache header argument.

All the best,

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