Hey, folks. I'm seeing something peculiar with the python bindings. It seems that I am not able to get any results when doing "folder:" searches with the python bindings. I'm using a version of notmuch that includes the folder index patch.
Attached is a script that demonstrates the problem. It generates a test repository, then does a couple of searches over it. When running the script, I get the following output: 0$ ./python-folder-search-test Found 2 total files (that's not much mail). Note: Ignoring non-mail file: /home/jrollins/tmp/tmp.1dMO5vnweJ/config Processed 2 total files in almost no time. Added 1 new message to the database. == notmuch search '*': thread:0000000000000001 Yest. 23:26 [1/1] Jameson Rollins; python documentation (inbox signed unread) == notmuch search 'folder:sent': thread:0000000000000001 Yest. 23:26 [1/1] Jameson Rollins; python documentation (inbox signed unread) == python search '*': Jameson Rollins <jroll...@finestructure.net> (2011-03-14) (inbox signed unread) (-1) replies == python search 'folder:sent': 0$ You can see that cli notmuch returns search results when searching for "folder:sent". The python bindings, on the other hand, return nothing. Anyone have any idea what could be going on here? I'm not familiar with how the python bindings work, unfortunately. jamie.
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