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b5ebade3Xinglu Chen git-email: Add function for matching git-email buffers. 5 months ago
                                                                                
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-*- mode: org -*-
* Release 0.2.0
Changes since 0.1.0:

- Four new optional libraries for integration with other packages:

  - ~git-email-gnus~ sets some variables to make ~git-email~ play
    nicely with the Gnus message composition buffer.

  - ~git-email-notmuch~ sets some variables to make ~git-email~ play
    nicely with the notmuch mail client.

  - ~git-email-magit~ adds extra infix arguments to the transient
    command for ~magit-patch-create~ for making it easier to directly
    sending your patches via email.

  - ~git-email-piem~ sets some variables for determining the "to"
    address of a message by reading the ~piem-inboxes~ variable.

- ~git-email~ is now a nix flake, meaning Nix users can easily install
  the package into their environment.

- ~git-email~ now has an Info manual that documents all the options and
   gives some suggestions of the workflow to use.

- The functionality for applying patches was removed in favor of the
  piem[fn:1] packagge

- Minor bug fixes

[1] https://git.kyleam.com/piem

* Release 0.1.0
Initial release of git-email.

- Three major functionalities were introduced:

  - The ability to select patches to send via email.
  
  - The ability to generate patches and then send them via email.
  
  - Primitive support for applying a patch from a buffer.