Using a prefix arg to invert search order would conflict with my patch
in which the prefix arg is used to show deleted messages. I don't known which 
behaviour for prefix patch would be best.

Though we can also add "toggle keys" that toggle search order, or toggle 
display of deleted messages, which would solve the problem.


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De: "Sebastian Spaeth" <Sebastian at>
?: notmuch at
Envoy?: Jeudi 11 F?vrier 2010 14h05:28 GMT +00:00 GMT - Grande-Bretagne, 
Irlande, Portugal
Objet: Re: [notmuch] notmuch.el: Prefix arg inverts the sort order of 

On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 14:01:14 +0000, David Edmondson <dme at> wrote:
>       (let ((proc (start-process-shell-command
>                    "notmuch-search" buffer notmuch-command "search"
>                    (if oldest-first "--sort=oldest-first" 
> "--sort=newest-first")

Doh, I should shut up when I haven't actually looked at the code. 
The only thing to my defense is that looking at elisp makes me feel

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