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# Lines starting with '#' will be removed
# You can have two different templates for responding to
# pull requests and for responding to patch series, though
# in reality the difference will probably be one word:
# "merged/pulled" vs. "applied".
# Keeping it short and sweet is preferred.
#
On ${sentdate}, ${fromname} wrote:
# quote will be limited to 5-6 lines, respecting paragraphs
${quote}

# You can also use ${branch} and ${treename} if you set
# b4.thanks-treename in your config, e.g.:
#Applied to ${treename} (${branch}), thanks!
#
# If you track multiple remotes in the same repo, then you can add
# the following values to [remote], to be loaded when you run
# b4 ty -b foo/branchname:
# [remote "foo"]
#   url = https://...
#   fetch = ...
#   b4-treename = uname/sound.git
#   b4-commit-url-mask = https://git.kernel.org/uname/sound/c/%.8s
Applied to ${branch}, thanks!

# for patch series, the summary is a list of each patch with a link
# to the commit id in your tree, so you probably want to set
# b4.thanks-commit-url-mask in gitconfig to a value like:
# [b4]
#   thanks-commit-url-mask = https://git.kernel.org/username/c/%.12s
#
# Check this page for info on convenient URL shorteners:
# https://korg.wiki.kernel.org/userdoc/git-url-shorterners
${summary}

Best regards,
-- 
# if ~/.signature exists, it will be put here, otherwise
# the contents will be "user.name <user.email>" from gitconfig
${signature}