newsgate666 | 25 Jan 18:50 2007
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Re: Windows makefile is obsolete

[*Marcin Wiśniewski*, (newsgate666 <at> poczta.onet.pl)]
[when: 12 września 2006, now: 25 stycznia 2007]

> Hello slrn-user,

>   Both version, .w32 and g32.

So, i looked in some places, replaced all chmap with charset, added
few random spaces, changed some code and slrn compiled.
But:
It is awfully unstable, crashes when i try to load more than ~50
headers.
Non-Ascii letters are unreadable.

So, it means that i made errors somewhere and i would love if someone
point them to me.

Makefile is attached, on end of post are compile warnings. I can
upload compiled binary if it is necessary.
Slang 2.0.7, slrn downloaded today from cvs.
D:\sbin\MinGW\bin>gcc -v
Reading specs from ../lib/gcc-lib/mingw32/3.2.3/specs
Configured    with:    ../gcc/configure    --with-gcc    --with-gnu-ld
--with-gnu-as    --host=mingw32    --target=mingw32    --prefix=/mingw
--enable-threads     --disable-nls     --enable-languages=c++,f77,objc
--disable-win32-registry --disable-shared --enable-sjlj-exceptions
Thread model: win32
gcc version 3.2.3 (mingw special 20030504-1)

I had to make 2 changes in post.c:
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Sbranzo | 30 Jan 13:21 2007
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Strange bug, slrn cvs 2007-01-25

Hi,
I'm using on OSX 10.4.8 PowerPC the cvs snapshot of slrn taken from debian
experimental (2007-01-25).

There's a strange behaviur sometimes, slrn shows a group with 1 message
to read, but when I press return slrn returns in browser mode, showing 0
message to read and the "No unread articles found." error.
It doesn't happen for each group, just once in a while. The error
persist if I try to read old articles (ESC-3-return on a group name),
when selecting to read just one article I experience the same error.

Googling a bit, I found out that there's no real new message in that group,
maybe it's an error in message counting (just blindly guessing).

slrn --version:
Slrn 0.9.8.1pl2 [2005-02-17]
        * Note: This version is a developer preview.
S-Lang Library Version: 2.0.4
Compiled at: Jan 27 2007 17:50:08
Operating System: Darwin

 COMPILE TIME OPTIONS:
  Backends: +nntp +slrnpull +spool
  External programs / libs: -canlock -inews +ssl -uudeview
  Features: +charset_mapping +decoding +emphasized_text +end_of_thread
    +fake_refs +gen_msgid -grouplens -msgid_cache +piping +rnlock +slang
    +spoilers -strict_from
 DEFAULTS:
  Default server object:     nntp
  Default posting mechanism: nntp
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Sbranzo | 30 Jan 17:08 2007
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Re: Strange bug, slrn cvs 2007-01-25

On 30/01/07 14:32, Thomas Schultz wrote:
> That's not necessarily a bug in slrn - sometimes a server may report an 
> article that is no longer there when you actually try to fetch it (e.g., 
> because it has been cancelled). A log of the session (using --debug) may 
> help you to shed some light on this.

This is me trying to fetch one (1) of the already read articles of
free.it.linux.slackware.
After trying to get one of those, I have the previously described "No
unread articles found." error.

Is there a way to make slrn more verbose? 

Gufo
Attachment (slrn-debug.gz): application/x-gunzip, 613 bytes
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