sequence definitions helper/ui/AI
Michael Richardson <mcr <at> sandelman.ottawa.on.ca>
2007-02-26 14:18:47 GMT
I have a long shell script called "seq.sh" which sorts my inbox into
sequences. Often, I then sort it into folders, but I tend not to,
because I find that multiple inboxes just means I don't read things.
Alas, maintenance of seq.sh is annoying. Things get old.
I have to make one pass through the inbox per sequence I want to create,
and most annoying, I often don't know which rule got matched if the
sequences are not done right.
I'm looking for a smarter program to maintain things.
Best would be if it ran under (X-)Emacs, but I don't care.
I'm going to try exmh (which I haven't run in ten years), to see if it
has something nicer... but I'm looking for suggestions.
I would specifically like to have something that would review all of the
List-Id: headers and map those intelligently to sequences. Perhaps
what I want is a perl plugin to "pick".
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