Sean Kamath | 7 Jun 23:59 2005

Sequence Window Update Fails


Hi.

Has anyone else noted that if you have messages in multiple sequences,
and delete a message, that some sequences don't update properly?

I have a few sequences I use in my inbox, the most notable being
'unseen' and 'abuse' (for abuse email).

I have put abuse 'ahead' of unseen, so that it is highlighted even
before unseen, so I can go right to it.

So, everything works fine, until I delete spam messages that were sent
to abuse without reading them.  I'm left with *nothing* in 'unseen'
(so it goes away), but still listing the emails in 'abuse'.

What's *really* weird is that my window-resizing issue of the
sequences box *went away* when I added two sequences.  Go figger.  I'm
still trying to track it down.

Sean
Chris Garrigues | 8 Jun 16:15 2005

Re: Sequence Window Update Fails

> From:  Sean Kamath <kamath <at> geekoids.com>
> Date:  Tue, 07 Jun 2005 14:59:49 -0700
>
> Has anyone else noted that if you have messages in multiple sequences,
> and delete a message, that some sequences don't update properly?
> 
> I have a few sequences I use in my inbox, the most notable being
> 'unseen' and 'abuse' (for abuse email).
> 
> I have put abuse 'ahead' of unseen, so that it is highlighted even
> before unseen, so I can go right to it.
> 
> So, everything works fine, until I delete spam messages that were sent
> to abuse without reading them.  I'm left with *nothing* in 'unseen'
> (so it goes away), but still listing the emails in 'abuse'.
> 
> What's *really* weird is that my window-resizing issue of the
> sequences box *went away* when I added two sequences.  Go figger.  I'm
> still trying to track it down.

What version of exmh are you running?  There have been bugs in this area, but 
I think they're all fixed in the most recent versions.

Chris

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Alexander Zangerl | 8 Jun 16:18 2005
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some typos in exmh.l (+patch)

one of the debian users of exmh has read through the
manpage carefully and spotted a few typos.
a patch to fix these is attached; could somebody with cvs
write access apply that?

thanks
az

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Sean Kamath | 8 Jun 23:50 2005

Re: Sequence Window Update Fails


[In a message on Wed, 08 Jun 2005 09:15:53 CDT,
  Chris Garrigues wrote:]
>
>What version of exmh are you running?  There have been bugs in this area, but 
>I think they're all fixed in the most recent versions.

2.7.2 with Brent's patch from a few weeks ago (which is still working
like a champ!).

Sean
Chris Garrigues | 8 Jun 23:57 2005

Re: Sequence Window Update Fails

> From:  Sean Kamath <kamath <at> geekoids.com>
> Date:  Wed, 08 Jun 2005 14:50:15 -0700
>
> 
> [In a message on Wed, 08 Jun 2005 09:15:53 CDT,
>   Chris Garrigues wrote:]
> >
> >What version of exmh are you running?  There have been bugs in this area, 
> but 
> >I think they're all fixed in the most recent versions.
> 
> 2.7.2 with Brent's patch from a few weeks ago (which is still working
> like a champ!).

So much for my theory, I don't see any sequence patches post 2.7.2.

If I find time, I'll try to reproduce this, but I'm pretty busy these days.

Chris

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Valdis.Kletnieks | 30 Jun 18:05 2005
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Re: some typos in exmh.l (+patch)

On Thu, 09 Jun 2005 00:18:10 +1000, Alexander Zangerl said:
> one of the debian users of exmh has read through the
> manpage carefully and spotted a few typos.
> a patch to fix these is attached; could somebody with cvs
> write access apply that?

> ## manpage.dpatch by  <az <at> debian.org>

Committed.  Sorry for the delay, I found out the hard way that 'cvs commit' was
a good trigger for causing an OOPS in the Linux 2.6.12-rc6-mm kernels (since
fixed), and I just got around to actually committing it...

(Yes, I could have just booted back to a working kernel, but then if I'd committed
the fix, I'd have lost my test case for consistently triggering the kernel bug ;)

(for the curious, the bug was that building tcp_bic.ko as a loadable module
is Bad Karma.. ;)
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