'CONTRIBUTE' discusses how to generate a patch with git that will be
easy to apply for an emacs committer without having to change
it. 'admin/notes/git-workflow' goes over the details of what to do if
youʼre committing yourself.
Thanks! I found the guide about Emacs+Git for developers and tried to follow that, especially this part:
(I also had to play around with merging and rebasing to get a clean git log without merge commit
messages - as a side note, Git is really starting to grow on me, seems you can handle all kinds of
scenarios in a good way, once you know how to do it)
Long story short, I think I have now pushed my changes to the remote master at gnu.org
- Yay! :)
If someone could verify that it looks correct, it would be nice.