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       debtags-submit-patch - submit tag patches to


       debtags-submit-patch [-t TAG] [options] [patchfile [patchfile...]]


       Submits  a  tag  patch to the Debtags website. Each patch file is submitted in a different


              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -t tag, --tag=tag
              tag the patch with the given string (default: ef919c39c68ff534736c).

       -q, --quiet
              quiet mode: only output errors.

       -v, --verbose
              verbose mode: output progress and non-essential information.

              read patch from standard input.

              URL to submit to (default:

              if the server returns an error, dump the contentsof the error  page  to  the  given
              file (default:discard the error page).

       Patch files can be generated with 'debtags diff' or 'tagcoll diff'.

       Patch  submissions  are  marked  with  a  tag of your choice. It does not need to identify
       yourself (but feel free to use your email address), but reusing your tag allows to  handle
       all your edits as if they were a single one. This helps greatly when tags are reviewed.

       By  default,  a  mostly  persistent  but anonymous tag is generated by hashing your passwd