Kevin Cosgrove | 1 Jun 02:49 2012
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Re: The third release candidate of nmh is now available


On 31 May 2012 at 14:08, Ken Hornstein <kenh <at> pobox.com> wrote:

> I am pleased to announce that the third release candidate (RC3) of
> nmh 1.5 is now available.  You can find it for download here:
> 
> 	http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/nmh/nmh-1.5-RC3.tar.gz

That runs fine on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 and 5.5.

I ran the make check stuff and I could blame the 5 errors on my own 
system and NOT nmh.

More tests to come....

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JerryHeyman | 1 Jun 03:48 2012
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Re: The third release candidate of nmh is now available

On Thu, 31 May 2012 14:08:42 -0400, Ken Hornstein <kenh <at> pobox.com> wrote:

> 
> I am pleased to announce that the third release candidate (RC3) of
> nmh 1.5 is now available.  You can find it for download here:
> 
> 	http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/nmh/nmh-1.5-RC3.tar.gz
> 
> (I've also included a pointer to it below as a MIME external-body type,
> for old time's sake).

Successfully built on Mageia 1 (x86_64).
make check returns

:===================
:All 46 tests passed
:===================

Now installed, replacing RC2, and in use.  Additional testing will come 
from daily usage...

jerry
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Kevin Cosgrove | 1 Jun 03:50 2012
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Re: The third release candidate of nmh is now available


On 31 May 2012 at 17:49, Kevin Cosgrove <kevinc <at> cosgroves.us> wrote:

> 
> On 31 May 2012 at 14:08, Ken Hornstein <kenh <at> pobox.com> wrote:
>  
> > I am pleased to announce that the third release candidate (RC3) of
> > nmh 1.5 is now available.  You can find it for download here:
> > 
> > 	http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/nmh/nmh-1.5-RC3.tar.gz
> 
> That runs fine on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 and 5.5.
> 
> I ran the make check stuff and I could blame the 5 errors on my own 
> system and NOT nmh.
> 
> More tests to come....

Also works fine on Mandriva 2007.0 and 2010.2.

Cheerio...

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Paul Fox | 1 Jun 19:26 2012
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Re: draft validation, error checking


just closing off an old thread, since i finally found my tuit.

my problem was that i wanted to run validity checks on outgoing
mail, the failure of which would prevent the mail from being sent.

the (eventually) obvious, and simple, approach is to create
a wrapper for send, and assign it to sendproc.  the wrapper
does the validation checks, and only invokes send if they pass.
essentially:
        ...
        if [ "$1" = -force ]
        then
            shift
            send "$ <at> "
        else
            final_checks "$ <at> " && send "$ <at> "
        fi
        exit

of course, final_checks needs to be able to pick the 'file'
argument out from any arguments that might be passed to send,
but if i'm passing any, i'll probably use the -force option as well.

paul

i wrote:
 > is there a way to set up a hook of some sort, either at the whatnow
 > level, or deeper in send or post, which will cause forbid sending, or
 > cause sending to fail, if a set of user-defined sanity checks
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Ken Hornstein | 1 Jun 21:33 2012
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Re: [PATCH] mhbuild: implement #on/#off/#pop, and the -[no]directives switch

>oops.  you're right.  should be sizeof(directives_stack) - 1.
>
>i thought of using a bitmask instead of that array, but figured
>as soon as i did someone would exceed the limit and want it extended.

Fixed!  I think if anyone has any other fixes they could simply post them
here.  Or Paul, you should feel free to do it yourself ... according to
savannah, you should have the ability to do so.

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Paul Fox | 1 Jun 22:25 2012
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Re: [PATCH] mhbuild: implement #on/#off/#pop, and the -[no]directives switch


ken wrote:
 > >oops.  you're right.  should be sizeof(directives_stack) - 1.
 > >
 > >i thought of using a bitmask instead of that array, but figured
 > >as soon as i did someone would exceed the limit and want it extended.
 > 
 > Fixed!  I think if anyone has any other fixes they could simply post them
 > here.  Or Paul, you should feel free to do it yourself ... according to
 > savannah, you should have the ability to do so.

huh.  i knew that i long ago had privs to update the website when it
was pretty out of date -- hadn't occurred to me that that might mean i
had commit privs too.  i'll try to wield my new-found superpowers
responsibly.

paul
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norm | 3 Jun 14:08 2012

Re: The third release candidate of nmh is now available

Ken Hornstein <kenh <at> pobox.com> writes: all,
>
>I am pleased to announce that the third release candidate (RC3) of
>nmh 1.5 is now available.  You can find it for download here:

Platform:

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 2.6
64 bit AMD Opteron(TM) Processor 6272

Compiled with no problem.

make check passed all tests.

Installed with one minor glitch.

Seems to be running fine.

Glitch:

The file, INSTALL, at the top level of the release says;

   ... The only directory that isn't true for is the `etc' directory -- in
   that directory, the previous copy of each <file> will be backed up as
   <file>.prev if it differs from the newly-installed copy. ...

But etc/mts.conf was changed and no etc/mts.prev was created.

    Norman Shapiro

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norm | 3 Jun 14:50 2012

Re: The third release candidate of nmh is now available

Correction:

norm <at> dad.org writes:

>Platform:
>
>Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 2.6

That should Version 6.2

    Norman Shapiro

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Ken Hornstein | 3 Jun 16:39 2012
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Re: The third release candidate of nmh is now available

>Seems to be running fine.

Thanks, Norm!  Appreciate the feedback.

>Glitch:
>
>The file, INSTALL, at the top level of the release says;
>
>   ... The only directory that isn't true for is the `etc' directory -- in
>   that directory, the previous copy of each <file> will be backed up as
>   <file>.prev if it differs from the newly-installed copy. ...
>
>But etc/mts.conf was changed and no etc/mts.prev was created.

Yeah .... we lost this feature when we switched to Automake.  I'm personally
not missing it, but if we cared enough we could always resurrect it via an
install-data-local rule.  I think for 1.5 we'll just have to update the
documentation.

--Ken

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norm | 3 Jun 16:50 2012

Naive Queston About nmh Man Pages

Shouldn't etc have have a link, man -> share/man  ?

    Norman Shapiro

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