Re: [PATCH] Add optional log headline to subject in commit-email.pl
Chuck Houpt wrote:
> Commit-email.pl only displays the revision and directory in commit email
> subjects, but I think it's often useful to include a log headline (first
> line of log message) in the subject. This makes it easy to browse
> commits, and quickly decide which email needs attention.
> For example, from the following two commits, it's not clear which change
> is more important or interesting.
> Subject: r255 - project/code
> Subject: r256 - project/code
> However, with the log headline, it's clear the second commit is more
> "interesting." :-)
> Subject: project/code: Fixed spelling typos in comments.
> Subject: project/code: Converted all code from C to Algol 68.
> Attached is a patch and draft log message. Questions and comments welcome.
Any comments on Chuck's patch? Patch is posted here:
> Add new --headline option to include log headline in subject.
> The new --headline command-line option formats the subject line
> to include the first line of the log message rather then
> the revision number. The scripts default behavior is unchanged.
> Patch by: Chuck Houpt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> * tools/hook-scripts/commit-email.pl.in
> (headline): New option.
> (opt_to_hash_key): Add --headline item.
> (): Add processing for --headline command-line option.
> (log_summary): Use first line or max 77 chars from log.
> (subject_base): For headline, use dirs and log summary.
> (usage): Note new option.
Received on Wed Jun 13 17:27:08 2007
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