Christophe TROESTLER | 13 Sep 12:29 2006
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[mew-int 2200] Feature request: Open document MIME types

Hi,

It would be nice if Mew supported the Open Document MIME types:
  http://books.evc-cit.info/odbook/ch01.html#mimetype-table

Best regards,
ChriS

Kazu Yamamoto | 15 Sep 11:14 2006
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[mew-int 2201] Re: Feature request: Open document MIME types

Hello,

> It would be nice if Mew supported the Open Document MIME types:
>   http://books.evc-cit.info/odbook/ch01.html#mimetype-table

What kind of application should be default?

--Kazu

Christophe TROESTLER | 15 Sep 11:54 2006
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[mew-int 2202] Re: Feature request: Open document MIME types

On Fri, 15 Sep 2006, Kazu Yamamoto (山本和彦) <kazu <at> iij.ad.jp> wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> > It would be nice if Mew supported the Open Document MIME types:
> >   http://books.evc-cit.info/odbook/ch01.html#mimetype-table
> 
> What kind of application should be default?

I think « ooffice <file> » will detect and launch the proper
(sub)application for <file>.

Regards,
ChriS

Yavor Doganov | 15 Sep 18:52 2006
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[mew-int 2203] Re: Feature request: Open document MIME types

Christophe TROESTLER wrote:
> 
> I think « ooffice <file> » will detect and launch the proper
> (sub)application for <file>.

But OpenOffice.org is not the only program that is supposed to support
this format.  It is completely unusable on my (rather old) machines so
I don't have it installed.

CHENG Gao | 19 Sep 18:57 2006
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[mew-int 2204] make client process failed, connection refused

I am trying to use Mew. But I always get error message:
,----
| make client process failed, connection refused
`----

My environment:
Emacs 23 under MacOSX (built with ./make-package from latest cvs)
Mew CVS (latest)

I set mewe-rc-file to ~/.emacs.d/.mew.el, in which there is
only mew-conf-alist setting for one pop account.

Anybody helps me?

TIA!

Kazu Yamamoto | 21 Sep 07:47 2006
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[mew-int 2205] Re: make client process failed, connection refused


Hello,

> I am trying to use Mew. But I always get error message:
> ,----
> | make client process failed, connection refused
> `----

This error message is displayed by Emacs. If Emacs cannot create
an network connection, this error message appears.

If other network application like Safari can use the net, I guess that
mew-pop-server or mew-pop-port are configured incorrectly.

--Kazu

CHENG Gao | 21 Sep 07:59 2006
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[mew-int 2206] Re: make client process failed, connection refused

*On Thu, 21 Sep 2006 14:47:04 +0900 (JST)
* Kazu Yamamoto (山本和彦) <kazu <at> iij.ad.jp> climbed out of the dark hell and cried out:

> This error message is displayed by Emacs. If Emacs cannot create an
> network connection, this error message appears.
>
> If other network application like Safari can use the net, I guess that
> mew-pop-server or mew-pop-port are configured incorrectly.

Yamamoto-san, thanks for your reply.

Network connection has no problem.
 I'll check mew-pop-serve and mew-pop-port, though I think my setting
 should be right.

Another problem: I can not install MEW under Windows.

I use Emacs23 (emacs-unicode-2 branch) build with mingw, and as
instructed in readme, I did addpm, and then run mew from cmd shell, and
what I got is error:
Any Emacsen cannot found.                       <- Obviously a typo here.
Has Emacs been installed correctly?

I have set environment var HOME and TZ.

I am a long time Gnus user. But I wanna try Mew, esp. for gmail account.

Thanks for your help.

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CHENG Gao | 21 Sep 08:00 2006
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[mew-int 2207] Re: make client process failed, connection refused

Sorry forgot one thing.

I tried Mew 5.1 and Mew 5.1.50. All the same error.

Kazu Yamamoto | 21 Sep 08:06 2006
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[mew-int 2208] Re: make client process failed, connection refused

Hello,

> Network connection has no problem.
>  I'll check mew-pop-serve and mew-pop-port, though I think my setting
>  should be right.

Could you show me your configuration?

> I use Emacs23 (emacs-unicode-2 branch) build with mingw, and as
> instructed in readme, I did addpm, and then run mew from cmd shell, and
> what I got is error:
> Any Emacsen cannot found.                       <- Obviously a typo here.
> Has Emacs been installed correctly?

Uhhm. I have never tried the Unicode branch.

I'm using both NTEmacs and Meadow on Windows XP and they runs Mew very
well.

--Kazu

CHENG Gao | 21 Sep 11:35 2006
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[mew-int 2209] Re: make client process failed, connection refused

*On Thu, 21 Sep 2006 15:06:22 +0900 (JST)
* Kazu Yamamoto (山本和彦) <kazu <at> iij.ad.jp> climbed out of the dark hell and cried out:

>> I use Emacs23 (emacs-unicode-2 branch) build with mingw, and as
>> instructed in readme, I did addpm, and then run mew from cmd shell,
>> and what I got is error: Any Emacsen cannot found. <- Obviously a typo
>> here. Has Emacs been installed correctly?
>
> Uhhm. I have never tried the Unicode branch.
>
> I'm using both NTEmacs and Meadow on Windows XP and they runs Mew very
> well.

Yamamoto-san, I found the problem and solution.

I checked Windoes Registry and found there is no reg for Emacs. It's the
same case for Emacs 22 and Emacs 23 (all built with recent cvs source).
I checked mew.c and know it depends on reg value of emacs_dir.

I checked addpm.c code, and found its usage is

usage: addpm [-q] [emacs_path [icon_path]]

so it means emacs_path and icon_path are both optional.

But seems it's not true.

Installation of cvs emacs (head and unicode-2 branch) does run
addpm.exe. But it only creates a shortcut to runemacs.exe, and no
registry item is added.
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