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Date:	Thu, 8 Mar 2007 12:12:04 -0500 (EST)
From:	James Morris <>
To:	Eric Paris <>
cc:	David Miller <>,,,,,
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Add xfrm policy change auditing to pfkey_spdget

On Thu, 8 Mar 2007, Eric Paris wrote:

> which didn't have my fix up because i didn't commit it to my local
> branch.  Is there a better way to get a diff between my miller tree and
> 'everything in the branch I have checked out even if it is not
> committed'?

I'd suggest you commit all your changes in local branches, then export 
them as emails via git-format-patch for posting.

Something like:

 davem-upstream         [1]
  +- for-davem          [2]
     +- for-davem-prep  [3]

Do all of your work in [3], so you can manage the queue of patches there 
before merging/applying them into [2] as a final patch series.

So, if one of the commits in [3] needs fixing, you can, for example, 
export commits up to that with git-format-patch, git-reset --hard to the 
broken commit, fix, compile, test then reapply the exported commits.  
Then, once it's all ready, merge into [2] (or export & apply to avoid 
merge commits).

This is just one possible workflow.  There are probably several better.

- James
James Morris
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