Hi, (Sat, 23 Jun 13:12) Richard Hipp: > Rough developers notes are available at > https://www.fossil-scm.org/fossil/doc/trunk/www/emaildesign.md for > anybody who wants to experiment with or contribute to this > work-in-progress.
quick typos: Index: src/email.c ================================================================== --- src/email.c +++ src/email.c @@ -855,11 +855,11 @@ ** WEBPAGE: subscribe ** ** Allow users to subscribe to email notifications. ** ** This page is usually run by users who are not logged in. -** A logged-in user can add email notificates on the /alerts page. +** A logged-in user can add email notifications on the /alerts page. ** Access to this page by a logged in user (other than an ** administrator) results in a redirect to the /alerts page. ** ** Administrators can visit this page in order to sign up other ** users. Index: www/emaildesign.md ================================================================== --- www/emaildesign.md +++ www/emaildesign.md @@ -6,11 +6,11 @@ understanding of how Fossil handles email notification, to help with doing custom configurations, or to help contribute features. This document assumes expert-level systems knowledge. A separate tutorial for setting up email notification by non-experts will be -generated once the email notification systems stablizes. +generated once the email notification systems stabilizes. Email notification is under active development as of this writing (2018-06-23). Check back frequently for updates. Data Design @@ -76,11 +76,11 @@ email messages to the Postfix mail transfer agent. There is an example TCL script in the [tools/email-monitor.tcl](/file/tools/email-monitor.tcl) file of the source tree that shows how to do this. - 3. <b>"dir"</b> $rarr; Write outgoing email messages as individual + 3. <b>"dir"</b> → Write outgoing email messages as individual files in a designated directory. This might be useful for testing and debugging. Internally, there is a fourth email sending method named "stdout" which simply writes the text of the email message on standard output. and thank you! -- https://www.juef.space/ _______________________________________________ fossil-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.fossil-scm.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fossil-users