@@ -242,12 +242,12 @@ submit changes to the project.
Those special cases that applies cleanly could be, e.g. new recipes,
small changes to split tasks, package tasks and so on.
-Let say you made a new recipe and tested it and just committed it
-locally, simply do:
+Let say you made a new recipe for the core repository, tested it and just
+committed it locally, simply do:
-git format-patch -1
+git format-patch -1 --subject-prefix=core
"-1" may be replaced with a specific commitid or "-2" if you want that
@@ -255,9 +255,12 @@ last two commits in a patchfile.
-git format-patch -2 mypatches/
+git format-patch -2 mypatches/ --subject-prefix=core
+The subject prefix is needed for now to make it visible what repository
+the patch applies to.
Before sending single patch files upstream make sure that you have git
send-email configure as described above.