dchmelik | 1 Feb 07:04 2006

even using gnus?

    Gnus will not save my subscribed groups, and if i save .newsrc, it
deletes most my subscriptions, but a standard search is not in gnus
menus.  I still want to use gnus email, but when i did what manual,
emacs.org, gnus.org said to prevent gnus from loading anything, or to
say [EMAIL PROTECTED], etc., .gnus permanently crashed emacs.
    Maybe in slackware "X emacs" is not "gnu emacs," so maybe gnu emacs
works better.  If so, i would like to spend a few days/months making
text emacs menus displayable and mnemonic like tvision.  Maybe
Thunderbird is gpl, i do not know, but guis and non-free licenses
literally make me sick to my stomach.  I have even been brought to
tears from it (for a year i have just used web-mail/-news,) but mostly
when trying to figure out emacs; I know it is great...
mail darwin at the Free Software Foundation.
Sébastien Kirche | 1 Feb 09:48 2006
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Re: even using gnus?

At 07:02 on fév 1 2006, dchmelik said :

> [some incoherent stuff]

I am sorry but I can't figure out accurately what is the problem or what
you are trying to tell... 

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Bastien | 1 Feb 12:29 2006
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Re: even using gnus?

Sébastien Kirche <sebastien.kirche.no <at> spam.free.fr.invalid> writes:

> At 07:02 on fév 1 2006, dchmelik said :
>
>> [some incoherent stuff]
>
> I am sorry but I can't figure out accurately what is the problem or what
> you are trying to tell... 

I guess it was some haiku or some new poetry stuff ;)

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Max Froumentin | 1 Feb 15:01 2006
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gnus PGP signature bug and fix

Hi,

Gnus (latest CVS) generates wrong MIME encoded messages
when an inline PGP signature is included along with an attachment.

When a multipart message is sent, gnus builds a buffer by adding each
part sequentially, top to bottom. But there's a bug with the code that
generates inline signed parts: the point is not moved back to the bottom of
the buffer, and so the following parts are inserted at the wrong place.

A fix is simple: after each part is generated, move the point back to
the end.  i.e, in mml.el, around line 590, where it iterates over each
part, inserting a separator between each part and at the end.

             (let ((cont cont) part)
                (while (setq part (pop cont))
                  ;; Skip `multipart' and attributes.
                  (when (and (consp part) (consp (cdr part)))
                    (insert "\n--" mml-boundary "\n")
                    (mml-generate-mime-1 part))))
              (insert "\n--" mml-boundary "--\n")))))

Just insert "(goto-char (point-max))" after the call to mml-generate-mime-1:

              (let ((cont cont) part)
                (while (setq part (pop cont))
                  ;; Skip `multipart' and attributes.
                  (when (and (consp part) (consp (cdr part)))
                    (insert "\n--" mml-boundary "\n")
                    (mml-generate-mime-1 part)
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Katsumi Yamaoka | 2 Feb 02:10 2006
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Re: gnus PGP signature bug and fix

>>>>> In <87bqxr18li.fsf <at> lapin-bleu.net> Max Froumentin wrote:

> Gnus (latest CVS) generates wrong MIME encoded messages
> when an inline PGP signature is included along with an attachment.

> When a multipart message is sent, gnus builds a buffer by adding each
> part sequentially, top to bottom. But there's a bug with the code that
> generates inline signed parts: the point is not moved back to the bottom of
> the buffer, and so the following parts are inserted at the wrong place.

I could reproduce the problem by the following message:

--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
From: yamaoka <at> jpl.org
To: yamaoka <at> jpl.org
Subject: test
--text follows this line--
< #part sign=pgp >
foo

< #part type="text/plain" disposition=inline >
bar
--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---

> A fix is simple: after each part is generated, move the point back to
> the end.

Thank you for the patch.  I've applied it to both the CVS trunk
and the v5-10 branch.
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dchmelik | 2 Feb 03:32 2006

Re: even using gnus?

>> [some incoherent stuff]

Afaik, "incoherent stuff" references no number set or symbolic
alphabet; "'some' what?"  It is not a complicated question; just about
simple group list. Something i was going to mention (omitted after gnus
froze overnight/permanently) is my sys halted, & after reboot: fsck had
no error.  Also .newsrc still seemed complete; but maybe later it
finished corrupting; does gnus have debug output?

>>I am sorry but I can't figure out accurately what is the problem or what
>>you are trying to tell...

I will list the statements shorter (except it takes another '\n:')
    Meta-x search is gone when viewing groups list; the group list is
not even with apropos (if there are ways to add menu items, hopefully
it works in gnus.)
    Gnus "save .newsrc" deletes no unsubscribed groups (i did not check
if same happens to newly subscribed ones.)
    I read why "gnus loads too much," but not why that is default.
>I guess it was some haiku or some new poetry stuff ;)

If each idea was considered a word, including "Free Software
Foundation," it is  5 - 7 - 5, but what does literacy have to do with
resorting to gui news programs? (they are like tv; I will avoid it and
use url programs. O.t.: gui url/w3 ones are also tv.)

darwin at the FSF
Søren Dideriksen | 2 Feb 13:51 2006
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How do I display all headers in gnus?


Hi, I can't seem to get gnus, to display all headers.

usually I would do M-x gnus-article-show-all-headers

but that doesn't seem to work anymore?

Hope you can help. 

regards.

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David Hansen | 2 Feb 14:03 2006
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Re: How do I display all headers in gnus?

On Thu, 02 Feb 2006 13:51:27 +0100 Søren Dideriksen wrote:

> Hi, I can't seem to get gnus, to display all headers.
>
> usually I would do M-x gnus-article-show-all-headers
>
> but that doesn't seem to work anymore?

t runs the command gnus-summary-toggle-header
   which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `gnus-sum.el'.
It is bound to t, W t, <menu-bar> <Article> <Washing> <Toggle header>.
(gnus-summary-toggle-header &optional arg)

Show the headers if they are hidden, or hide them if they are shown.
If arg is a positive number, show the entire header.
If arg is a negative number, hide the unwanted header lines.

David
Karl Kleinpaste | 2 Feb 14:05 2006
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Re: How do I display all headers in gnus?

sdide <at> ag.aaa.dk (Søren Dideriksen) writes:
> Hi, I can't seem to get gnus, to display all headers.

t runs `gnus-summary-toggle-header'

`gnus-summary-toggle-header' is an interactive compiled Lisp function
  -- loaded from "gnus-sum"
(gnus-summary-toggle-header &optional ARG)

Documentation:
Show the headers if they are hidden, or hide them if they are shown.
If ARG is a positive number, show the entire header.
If ARG is a negative number, hide the unwanted header lines.
Sébastien Kirche | 2 Feb 14:11 2006
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Re: How do I display all headers in gnus?

At 13:02 on fév 2 2006, Søren Dideriksen said :

> 
> Hi, I can't seem to get gnus, to display all headers.
> 
> usually I would do M-x gnus-article-show-all-headers
> 
> but that doesn't seem to work anymore?

't' key (gnus-summary-toggle-header) while either in summary or message
buffer ?

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