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Re: [AUCTeX] Small optimizations / was: Problem with latex2e style hook

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Small optimizations / was: Problem with latex2e style hook --- LaTeX/Texinfo collision
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 09:12:53 +0200
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Tassilo Horn <address@hidden> writes:

> Vincent Belaïche <address@hidden> writes:
> Hi Vincent,
>>> > BTW, in my previous contributions the git commits were with
>>> > address@hidden, which a git log does show,
>>> > although the ChangeLog is with my address @sourceforge. I think
>>> > that you should keep it this way for git repo consistency (maybe we
>>> > change the ChangeLog some day which is easier, so for git please
>>> > keep the same author). Sorry for introducing this who-I-am
>>> > discrepancy.
>>> Sorry, I don't get you exactly. Should I commit with your sf or
>>> hotmail address?
>> Please commit with my hotmail address as done previously for all the
>> other commits from me.
> After reading your sentence once again I have to confess you were pretty
> clear. ;-)
>> I am suggesting to do so because, if we were to align who I am on a
>> single address, it seems easier to me to change the ChangeLog content
>> than to admin the GIT repo: so let us not introduce a second address
>> into the repo, and keep only the hotmail address for it.
>> Sorry for creating this inconvenience... Please make me know if for
>> next change I should change all the sf to hotmail address inside the
>> ChangeLog.
> Currently, I'd prefer to have your hotmail address also in the
> ChangeLogs because that's the address that's registered with the FSF for
> your copyright assignment.  But of course you can write the copyright
> clerk to add whatever address you like to your record.

Git knows how to correlate several mail addresses using a .mailmap file.
I think it is described in the manual page for git-shortlog.

David Kastrup

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