Mehturt | 1 Jul 09:29 2010
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Re: new mail notification

On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 2:00 PM, Kenny Thomas <kthomas <at> gfn.org> wrote:
> Would this hook be called for each new message, or just once, even
> when several new messages have been received?
>

It was called only once during my tests..
m.

Kip Warner | 4 Jul 02:35 2010

Inline PGP encoding in Enigmail

Hello everyone. There is a thread currently going over in the Enigmail
mailing list that draws on Evolution's design and the choice made to
use PGP/MIME encoding, as opposed to inline, for sending. It also
touches on Mutt and its choice with respect to that same decision.

http://mozdev.org/pipermail/enigmail/2010-July/thread.html

Subject: [Enigmail] Request for PGP/MIME as default setting

It may be of interest to those knowledgeable. Some are saying that it
was a bad decision to use inline encoding. I do not take that position
and maintain that mime encoding is superior.

PS Sorry for posting to dev and users. I wasn't sure which group this
was more appropriate for.

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Mutt | 7 Jul 18:10 2010

Re: [Mutt] #3410: Mutt crashes when two instances open the same mailbox

#3410: Mutt crashes when two instances open the same mailbox
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 Reporter:  vext01  |       Owner:  me      
     Type:  defect  |      Status:  assigned
 Priority:  major   |   Milestone:          
Component:  mutt    |     Version:          
 Keywords:          |  
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Comment(by vext01):

 Perhaps I can bribe another developer with beer?

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Brendan Cully | 10 Jul 09:00 2010

mutt: new changeset

New changeset in mutt:

http://dev.mutt.org/hg/mutt/rev/6b13e8319c1f
changeset:   6085:6b13e8319c1f
branch:      HEAD
tag:         tip
user:        Joel Dahl <joel <at> FreeBSD.org>
date:        Fri Jul 09 11:07:18 2010 -0700
summary:     fix misspelling in Swedish translation

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Jan Larres | 16 Jul 09:19 2010
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X-Label editing patch inclusion?

Hi,

I'm curious if there is a chance that the X-Label editing patch from
http://home.uchicago.edu/~dgc/mutt/#x-label is going to be included in mutt. I
know there are ways for label editing without that patch, but they are clumsy
and don't allow for editing multiple tagged messages. If there are no
principal objections I could adjust it to the current version and see if it
can be improved usability-wise.

Thanks,
        Jan

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Mutt | 16 Jul 12:21 2010

[Mutt] #3428: broken threads are not sorted correctly

#3428: broken threads are not sorted correctly
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 Reporter:  scholz         |       Owner:  mutt-dev
     Type:  defect         |      Status:  new     
 Priority:  minor          |   Milestone:          
Component:  display        |     Version:  1.5.20  
 Keywords:  thread broken  |  
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 After breaking a thread, the display shows the broken part (now a new
 thread) still as part of the old. It should sort it according to the date
 of the new root.

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David Champion | 16 Jul 20:14 2010

Re: X-Label editing patch inclusion?

* On 16 Jul 2010, Jan Larres wrote: 
> Hi,
> 
> I'm curious if there is a chance that the X-Label editing patch from
> http://home.uchicago.edu/~dgc/mutt/#x-label is going to be included in mutt. I
> know there are ways for label editing without that patch, but they are clumsy
> and don't allow for editing multiple tagged messages. If there are no
> principal objections I could adjust it to the current version and see if it
> can be improved usability-wise.

Current version attached.  This applies to HEAD as of July 3.

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diff -r 1695b015d75a OPS
--- a/OPS	Wed Dec 02 18:52:05 2009 -0600
+++ b/OPS	Wed Dec 02 18:52:07 2009 -0600
 <at>  <at>  -56,6 +56,7  <at>  <at> 
 OP_DISPLAY_ADDRESS "display full address of sender"
 OP_DISPLAY_HEADERS "display message and toggle header weeding"
 OP_DISPLAY_MESSAGE "display a message"
+OP_EDIT_LABEL "add, change, or delete a message's label"
 OP_EDIT_MESSAGE "edit the raw message"
 OP_EDITOR_BACKSPACE "delete the char in front of the cursor"
 OP_EDITOR_BACKWARD_CHAR "move the cursor one character to the left"
diff -r 1695b015d75a PATCHES
--- a/PATCHES	Wed Dec 02 18:52:05 2009 -0600
+++ b/PATCHES	Wed Dec 02 18:52:07 2009 -0600
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Jan Larres | 18 Jul 12:59 2010
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Re: X-Label editing patch inclusion?

David Champion <dgc <at> uchicago.edu>:
> Current version attached.  This applies to HEAD as of July 3.

Very nice, thanks! I was wondering if it would be necessary to
rfc2047_encode/decode the header or if that's already taken care of in other
places of mutt.

>    switch (mutt_multi_choice (reverse ?
> -     _("Rev-Sort (d)ate/(f)rm/(r)ecv/(s)ubj/t(o)/(t)hread/(u)nsort/si(z)e/s(c)ore/s(p)am?: ") :
> -     _("Sort (d)ate/(f)rm/(r)ecv/(s)ubj/t(o)/(t)hread/(u)nsort/si(z)e/s(c)ore/s(p)am?: "),
> -     _("dfrsotuzcp")))
> +     _("Rev-Sort Date/Frm/Recv/Subj/tO/Thread/Unsort/siZe/sCore/sPam/Label?: ") :
> +     _("Sort Date/Frm/Recv/Subj/tO/Thread/Unsort/siZe/sCore/sPam/Label?: "),
> +     _("dfrsotuzcpl")))

Why are you changing the hotkey syntax here? It's shorter, of course, but also
a bit less obvious.

Now can we get this integrated, please? :)

Cheers,
        Jan

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David Champion | 18 Jul 19:24 2010

Re: X-Label editing patch inclusion?

* On 18 Jul 2010, Jan Larres wrote: 
> 
> Why are you changing the hotkey syntax here? It's shorter, of course, but also
> a bit less obvious.

Because adding the new sort key without changing the format makes it
wider than 80 columns, which messes with the screen formatting in odd
ways. :)

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Jan Larres | 19 Jul 00:16 2010
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Re: X-Label editing patch inclusion?

David Champion <dgc <at> uchicago.edu>:
> * On 18 Jul 2010, Jan Larres wrote: 
> > Why are you changing the hotkey syntax here? It's shorter, of course, but also
> > a bit less obvious.
> 
> Because adding the new sort key without changing the format makes it
> wider than 80 columns, which messes with the screen formatting in odd
> ways. :)

Ah, that makes sense :). I hadn't noticed that since my terminal was wider
than 80 columns.

        Jan

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