Patchwork v2.0.0 Available
davem at davemloft.net
Tue Aug 29 04:07:35 AEST 2017
From: Aaron Conole <aconole at redhat.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 13:37:13 -0400
> You can find the series url with any patch (for example, in the linked
> series, I clicked on the first patch at
> http://patchwork.ozlabs.org/patch/806240/ and in the 3 boxes in the
> righthand corner saw |diff|mbox|series| - the |series| box will show the
If you can make that series mbox download box show up when I click on
the series, it's exactly what I need.
It's not very useful from the individual patch page, in fact a button
to get to the series pseudo-bundle would be more useful, because I'm
going to have to update the state of all of the patches in the series
when I apply them right?
So the most useful inteface for a series is:
1) Click in series link from patch list for a project, f.e.
2) Have a the "series mbox" button there, use it to download mbox and
use that to apply the patches to my git tree.
3) Select "all" Patches radio button, use that to update the state of
all of the patches of the series in one go.
This would be my ideal workflow.
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