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[bug#44006] [PATCH] doc: Fix typo

From: zimoun
Subject: [bug#44006] [PATCH] doc: Fix typo
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2020 15:09:42 +0200


Thank you for your contribution.  It is almost fine.  Three things are
not “correct“.

 1. The commit subject must end with a dot.  Like:

    doc: Fix typo.

 2. Idem inside the commit message.
 3. It is “star space path/to/file”, see below.

And last, about the message itself:

> *doc/guix.texi (section 7.5): Fix typo

Usually, the section numbering does not appear.  It does not make sense
since it is a moving target.  Instead, it seems better to provide the
node name, e.g.,

* doc/guix.texi (Invoking guix import): Fix typo.

Does it make sense?

Now, you should send an updated patch.  To do so, you should
‘interactively rebase’.  Using Emacs and Magit , it looks like:

     r i
     edit C-c C-c
     # do your tweaks
     r r
     W c C-m b origin/master C-m v 2 c
     ! git send-email --to= v2-0001-blabla.patch

How does it sound for you?

All the best,

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