> >> > I don't remember that glitch in the past, but it is so minor that I
> >> > might
> >> > well have not noticed or ignored it.
> >> > [...]
> >> Oh, I guess that's because `scan -v' does not modify `context', e.g.:
> >Right. Neither does -help.
> >Ken, would it be a bad idea to call context_save() in nmh_version_changed()
> >if the Version context is replaced?
> Hrm. Part of me says "no, adding that should be fine" ... but, hell,
> I'm not sure, we've been bitten by an unsuspecting change like that
> before. I almost think that things like that should be dealt with more
> generally, like in an exit handler or something. I'm leaning toward
> "not deal with it now". Even we people think we should call context_save()
> in nmh_version_changed(), I don't think this should be fixed for 1.7.1.
agreed. doesn't seem like a release blocker to me.
paul fox, p...@foxharp.boston.ma.us (arlington, ma, where it's 37.0 degrees)