Masaru Nomiya | 3 Sep 13:11 2015
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Re: utf-8 is not default encoding anymore

Hello,

>>>>> In the Message: [Wanderlust English ML: No.06039]
>>>>>   with the date of Thu, 03 Sep 2015 12:57:38 +0200
>>>>> [MH] == Markus Huber <markus.huber <at> informatik.uni-augsburg.de> has written:

MH> since I switched to Wanderlust/Semi/FLIM/APEL from melpa my messages don't get
MH> encoded using charset=UTF-8 when I use German umlauts but instead
MH> charset=ISO-8859-1 is used.

MH> I use these settings

MH>  wl-mime-charset 'utf-8
MH>  elmo-mime-charset 'utf-8
MH>  default-mime-charset 'utf-8
MH>  default-mime-charset-for-write 'utf-8

MH> which worked for the packages from archlinux.

MH> Are there any new settings?

(setq charsets-mime-charset-alist nil)

Regards,

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Erik Hetzner | 3 Sep 21:01 2015

Re: utf-8 is not default encoding anymore

Hi Markus,

I can’t really claim to understand why this used to work for you, or
how it should work, but this is what I have in my ~/.wl:

(setq ;; only prefer ascii over UTF-8
      charsets-mime-charset-alist '(((ascii)
                                     . us-ascii)))

This should prevent WL from preferring latin-1 to utf-8.

`default-mime-charset-for-write' should also be 'utf-8, but I believe
that is the default.

best, Erik

“On Thu, 03 Sep 2015 03:57:38 -0700,
Markus Huber <markus.huber <at> informatik.uni-augsburg.de> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> since I switched to Wanderlust/Semi/FLIM/APEL from melpa my messages don't get
> encoded using charset=UTF-8 when I use German umlauts but instead
> charset=ISO-8859-1 is used.
> 
> I use these settings
> 
>  wl-mime-charset 'utf-8
>  elmo-mime-charset 'utf-8
>  default-mime-charset 'utf-8
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Markus Huber | 3 Sep 12:57 2015
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utf-8 is not default encoding anymore

Hi,

since I switched to Wanderlust/Semi/FLIM/APEL from melpa my messages don't get
encoded using charset=UTF-8 when I use German umlauts but instead
charset=ISO-8859-1 is used.

I use these settings

 wl-mime-charset 'utf-8
 elmo-mime-charset 'utf-8
 default-mime-charset 'utf-8
 default-mime-charset-for-write 'utf-8

which worked for the packages from archlinux.

Are there any new settings?

Regards,
Markus

Takashi Kobayashi | 1 Sep 17:50 2015
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Problem when replying/forwarding in emacs 24.5 on windows 8.1

Dear experts,

I am having problem replying/forwarding message by typing
"a" or "f" in summary window.

(This problem seems to be similar to this
http://www.psg.com/lists/wanderlust/msg02700.html
But i could not find solution....)

The environment is:
  Windows 8.1 on Bootcamp MBP retina
  Emacs 24.5 (problem happen on both NTemacs and cygwin emacs-w32/x11)
  WL retrieved using el-get or git (problem happens for both)
  Using IMAP account on remote linux system with MH folders.
  Some settings in .wl are
      wl-default-folder "%inbox"
      wl-draft-folder   "%#mh/Drafts"
      wl-trash-folder   "%#mh/Trash"
      wl-fcc            "%#mh/Sent"
  want to use remote folder for all Drafts, Trash, Sent.

The phenomena:
  Reading e-mail, deleting e-mail working fine.

  When typing "a" in summary buffer to start editing reply, then
  alarm rings and the following error messages appear in message buffer
  and no draft writing window appears.
> condition-case: Format specifier doesn't match argument type
> Format specifier doesn't match argument type
  But looking into more carefully, i find that draft buffer was actually made
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Takashi Kobayashi | 1 Sep 17:05 2015
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Gilles Chehade | 15 Aug 18:56 2015

Re: Welcome to our (Wanderlust English ML) You are added automatically

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Gilles Chehade | 15 Aug 18:26 2015

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tim | 14 Aug 22:36 2015
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Traceback when opening a folder

Hi Folks,

I'm having trouble opening one specific folder. I get this traceback:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil)
  <(nil 4574)
  sort((3989 4005 4016 4032 4054 4232 4263 4294 4300 4301 4318 4319 4320) <)
  elmo-list-diff((3989 4005 4016 4032 4054 4232 4263 4294 4300 4301 4318 4319 4320 4321 4349 4394 4396 4408
4409 4425 4551 4566 4567 4568 4571 4574 4577 4578 4585 4590 4596 4597 4598 4615 4616 4624 4635 4638 4639 4644
4654 4663 4670 4681 4696 4700 4701 4702 4703 4704 ...) (3989 4005 4016 4032 4054 4232 4263 4294 4300 4301 4318
4319 4320 4321 4349 4394 4396 4408 4409 4425 4551 4566 4567 4568 4571 4574 nil 4577 4578 nil 4585 4590 4596
4597 4598 nil 4615 4616 nil 4624 nil 4635 4638 4639 nil 4644 nil 4654 4663 4670 ...))
  wl-summary-sync-update(unset-cursor nil nil nil)
  wl-summary-sync-force-update(unset-cursor)
  byte-code("\306=\204	\307 \210	\203\n\203\310 \204\311 \203\312
\210\313\203'\314\202(\315!\210\f\2032
\204\264\316\216\204>\205 <at>  
!\204o\203o\"\204o##\317\320#!\203i\321$#\322H\323#\206k%!)!!\324=\203}\325\326!\210\202\263!\327=\203\214\325\326\330\"\210\202\263!\331=\204\263!\332=\203\240\312
\210\202\263!\333=\204\256!\334=\203\263\335\326!&*\324\207" [wl-summary-buffer-view
wl-summary-cache-use wl-summary-check-line-format wl-summary-buffer-disp-msg reuse-buf
keep-cursor thread wl-summary-make-number-list wl-summary-line-format-changed-p
wl-summary-view-old-p wl-summary-rescan wl-summary-toggle-disp-msg on off ((byte-code
"\203\306	!\210\202	q\210\307\n!\203\310
\204\311\312!\210\313\314!\210\315\316!\210eb\210\317\312!\203\265\320
\321\312'\203C'
\f#\202\200()\236A
\f\322=\203W\323*!\202Y*>\316\211+,-.\204m-A--+.\203|\324\325\215\202- <at> ,+/0\203\225\326/!\203\225\3271\202\2612\203\247\326/!\203\247\3301\202\261\326/!\204\261\3311)\202\312db\210\332\n!\203\304\333y\210\202\307\334
\210\33113\2034\2045\2046\203\374\335ed\"6V\203\374\2127\206\3606[y\210\336`d\"\210)\202\336ed\"\2101\327=\203\337
\2101\330=\203%\340\n\320
8\206\3419S^p:%\210;\2030\342\343;\"\210\203B<\203B\344\345
\346Z\346\245!\210\316\207" [interactive buf folder hereto direction num switch-to-buffer
wl-summary-always-sticky-folder-p wl-summary-sticky-p wl-summary-stick t run-hooks
wl-summary-prepared-pre-hook set-buffer-modified-p nil wl-summary-cursor-down
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Chris Morrow | 4 Aug 17:15 2015
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'Waiting for IMAP....'

It seems that if I let WL sit, for an hour or ...<some time>, I end up
being in a state which SEEMS easy to detect in wl:
  "your gnutls file handle is dead jim, create another!"

Where instead WL tries to hold onto the handle it used last, poke at it
a bunch (like 5 mins worth of poking where emacs is frozen for input
except C-g) then stop and report:
  "Process IMAP not running"

Then I can re-ask for 'update summary' and get new mail.

Shouldn't WL know more about the handle it's attempting to use and
short-circuit this process some? (and potentially report back 'try again
if you really want imap to check' or 'i tried again for you, look mail!')

-chris

Kazuhiro Ito | 31 Jul 16:10 2015
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Re: [Emacs-MIME-en:1001] FLIM smtp.el and NTLM authentication bug?

> Much better,  thank you! And I can confirm the smtp server is a Microsoft
> Exchange 2010_SP2.

I've committed the fix into https://github.com/wanderlust/flim .
Thank you for your report.

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-- 
Kazuhiro Ito

Niall O'Reilly | 29 Jul 22:08 2015
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Message display broken

Hi.

Message display has gone bad for me, following an unfortunate upgrade.
I hope someone can point me along the way to fixing things.

Background:
	OSX Yosemite 10.10.4 (likely not relevant).
	Emacs version 24.4 (9.0)
	Package installation and maintenance: el-get
	After recent (el-get-update-all), I'm having trouble.

Symptoms:
	MIME entities are not being recognized.
	
	Consequently, where I'm used to seeing a reasonable attempt at
	formatting some entities and a one-line representation of
	others wrapped in '[...]', I now see raw message text, which
	may be quite troublesome to read.

	Also consequently, the function invoked by the 'v' key
	(mime-preview-play-current-entity) has nothing to work on.

Questions:
	If el-get is not the maintenance tool I should use, what is?

	Which package (I'm guessing semi) should I focus on?
	
	Is there some way for me to determine whether my installed
	packaged are at good and compatible versions?

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