piem --- Emacs tools and glue for working with public-inbox archives ==================================================================== This project is currently in the early stages of development. In general, anything that relates to interacting with public-inbox (https://public-inbox.org/README) archives from Emacs is worth considering, at least at this point. Much of the current functionality focuses on mapping public-inbox endpoints (email, nntp, http, rss) to associated code repositories in order to apply patches, including integration with b4-am to extract and process patches (https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/utils/b4/b4.git). Upcoming development will largely focus on extending the very basic support public-inbox's local email interface (lei). Documentation is available online at https://docs.kyleam.com/piem/ Bug reports, patches, questions, and other feedback are welcome. Please send a plain-text email to email@example.com Messages that include this address are public and available as public-inbox archives at https://inbox.kyleam.com/piem/ Related projects ---------------- If you're interested in applying patches but aren't working with a public-inbox instance, it's still possible to use piem (see the documentation). However, in this case, you may want to consider mailscripts (https://git.spwhitton.name/mailscripts/), a "collection of scripts for manipulating e-mail on Debian". Its notmuch-extract-patch script (accessible via Emacs commands) provides an alternative to b4 for extracting a patch series from a thread. And if you're searching for an Emacs interface for *sending* patches, take a look at git-email (https://sr.ht/~yoctocell/git-email/).