piem-inboxes configured and appropriate integration
libraries enabled, a buffer that can be linked to an inbox can be mapped
to a code repository. When reading a message in a
notmuch-show-mode buffer, for example, the list ID can be used to
identify the inbox and thus the associated local code repository.
There are two commands for applying patches:
This command tries to extract a patch from the current Notmuch or Gnus message buffer and can handle an inline patch as well as one or more patch attachments.
This command relies on the b4 command-line tool to do more sophisticated
processing of the full thread (e.g., pulling out the latest
reroll of a series) to generate an mbox that can be fed to
am. It is only compatible with inline patches.
|• Applying patches contained in a message|
|• Using b4 to apply patches|
|• Applying patches without a public-inbox archive|