-A vs. -a -b in base64-encoded attachments

Benoit Boissinot bboissin at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 06:35:31 CDT 2008

On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 12:24 PM, Pjotr Kourzanov
<peter.kourzanov at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> Thomas, et al.,
>   I would like to avoid having to specify too many options:
>  $hg email -d -A -r is already a sign of creeping featuritis...
>  In any case this ($hg email -b -d -A -r...) would be too verbose
>  to my taste. What's so terribly wrong with having -A and --Attach
>  mean something else that -a and --attach? We do have already -i
>  vs. -a, so wht can't we just add another variation to it?

If you use an option often, you can add a config option too
(email.base64 = True ?)



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