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Langue: en

Version: 11/24/2009 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

stg-mail - Send a patch or series of patches by e-mail

SYNOPSIS

 stg mail  [options] [<patch1>] [<patch2>] [<patch3>..<patch4>]
 

DESCRIPTION

Send a patch or a range of patches by e-mail using the SMTP server specified by the stgit.smtpserver configuration option, or the --smtp-server command line option. This option can also be an absolute path to sendmail followed by command line arguments.

The From address and the e-mail format are generated from the template file passed as argument to --template (defaulting to .git/patchmail.tmpl or ~/.stgit/templates/patchmail.tmpl or /usr/share/stgit/templates/patchmail.tmpl). A patch can be sent as attachment using the --attach option in which case the mailattch.tmpl template will be used instead of patchmail.tmpl.

The To/Cc/Bcc addresses can either be added to the template file or passed via the corresponding command line options. They can be e-mail addresses or aliases which are automatically expanded to the values stored in the [mail "alias"] section of GIT configuration files.

A preamble e-mail can be sent using the --cover and/or --edit-cover options. The first allows the user to specify a file to be used as a template. The latter option will invoke the editor on the specified file (defaulting to .git/covermail.tmpl or ~/.stgit/templates/covermail.tmpl or /usr/share/stgit/templates/covermail.tmpl).

All the subsequent e-mails appear as replies to the first e-mail sent (either the preamble or the first patch). E-mails can be seen as replies to a different e-mail by using the --refid option.

SMTP authentication is also possible with --smtp-user and --smtp-password options, also available as configuration settings: smtpuser and smtppassword. TLS encryption can be enabled by --smtp-tls option and smtptls setting.

The following variables are accepted by both the preamble and the patch e-mail templates:

 %(diffstat)s     - diff statistics
 %(number)s       - empty if only one patch is sent or ' patchnr/totalnr'
 %(patchnr)s      - patch number
 %(sender)s       - 'sender'  or 'authname <authemail>' as per the config file
 %(totalnr)s      - total number of patches to be sent
 %(version)s      - ' version' string passed on the command line (or empty)
 

In addition to the common variables, the preamble e-mail template accepts the following:

 %(shortlog)s     - first line of each patch description, listed by author
 

In addition to the common variables, the patch e-mail template accepts the following:

 %(authdate)s     - patch creation date
 %(authemail)s    - author's email
 %(authname)s     - author's name
 %(commemail)s    - committer's e-mail
 %(commname)s     - committer's name
 %(diff)s         - unified diff of the patch
 %(fromauth)s     - 'From: author\n\n' if different from sender
 %(longdescr)s    - the rest of the patch description, after the first line
 %(patch)s        - patch name
 %(prefix)s       - 'prefix ' string passed on the command line
 %(shortdescr)s   - the first line of the patch description
 

OPTIONS

-a, --all

E-mail all the applied patches.

--to TO

Add TO to the To: list.

--cc CC

Add CC to the Cc: list.

--bcc BCC

Add BCC to the Bcc: list.

--auto

Automatically cc the patch signers.

--noreply

Do not send subsequent messages as replies.

--unrelated

Send patches without sequence numbering.

--attach

Send a patch as attachment.

-v VERSION, --version VERSION

Add VERSION to the [PATCH ...] prefix.

--prefix PREFIX

Add PREFIX to the [... PATCH ...] prefix.

-t FILE, --template FILE

Use FILE as the message template.

-c FILE, --cover FILE

Send FILE as the cover message.

-e, --edit-cover

Edit the cover message before sending.

-E, --edit-patches

Edit each patch before sending.

-s SECONDS, --sleep SECONDS

Sleep for SECONDS between e-mails sending.

--refid REFID

Use REFID as the reference id.

--smtp-server HOST[:PORT] or "/path/to/sendmail -t -i"

SMTP server or command to use for sending mail.

-u USER, --smtp-user USER

Username for SMTP authentication.

-p PASSWORD, --smtp-password PASSWORD

Password for SMTP authentication.

-T, --smtp-tls

Use SMTP with TLS encryption.

-b BRANCH, --branch BRANCH

Use BRANCH instead of the default branch.

-m, --mbox

Generate an mbox file instead of sending.

-O OPTIONS, --diff-opts OPTIONS

Extra options to pass to "git diff".

STGIT

Part of the StGit suite - see linkman:stg[1]
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-- twisla et arachne in "Tonight Show" --
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