I really want to replace my address book with dynamic notmuch searches and while python gives me those in 0.3 seconds or so, I wanted better.
So I bound notmuch.so to vala (at least what I needed) and played with the code a bit. The resulting 100 lines of vala code are here: http://github.com/spaetz/vala-notmuch/tree/master/src For those without vala, this is the generated C file which can be compiled with './make' in the same directory: http://github.com/spaetz/vala-notmuch/blob/static-sources/src/notmuch.c Usage: "./vnotmuch Seb" will output all 'to:' addresses according to frequency for all messages where to, cc, or bcc matches "Seb*". It also filters with AND "from:yourprimarymailaddress". Just "./vnotmuch" outputs all addresses that you ever sent mails to. It never writes/modifies your db. The only output you get are the lowercased email addresses and the frequency, no names are preserved/output. It is fast. This is my "./vnotmuch Seb" search over 14.5k mails with 857 mails from my primary account: real 0m0.026s user 0m0.000s sys 0m0.020s Just a teaser to make you interested in vala :). Sebastian _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list email@example.com http://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch