Hi,
sorry for the late reply, I see you already reached the same point as
me, except with ruby ;) Yay for competition.

On Thu, 19 Apr 2012 19:36:56 +0300, Felipe Contreras <felipe.contreras at 
gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 5:42 PM, Felipe Contreras
> <felipe.contreras at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Felipe Contreras
> > <felipe.contreras at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On Sat, Jan 14, 2012 at 9:54 AM, ?<anton at khirnov.net> wrote:
> >>> branch vim. Simply copy vim/plugin/{nm_vim.py,notmuch-vimpy.vim} to the
> >>> vim plugins dir and vim/syntax/{nm_vimpy*} to the vim syntax dir and run
> >>> :NMVimpy() in vim. You'll need vim with python support and
> >>> python-notmuch bindings.
> >>
> >> I gave this a try, copying those files makes vim crash for me.
> >>
> >> I probably need to install notmuch's python bindings, but either way
> >> it shouldn't crash.
> >
> > All right, with the bindings it works, but if it cannot find the
> > database, it crashes too.
> >
> > And this slows by 5 times the startup time of vim for me:
> >
> > vim -c 'quit' ?0.47s user 0.02s system 99% cpu 0.501 total
> > vim -c 'quit' ?0.08s user 0.01s system 96% cpu 0.092 total
> >
> > It is interesting, but I personally I would not use if it's going to
> > slow vim for everything else, there must be a way to solve that. Also,
> > would be nice if you rebased your branch on top of the latest release.
> 
> I fixed the issue this way:
> 
> --- notmuch-vimpy.vim 2012-04-18 22:38:16.193358898 +0300
> +++ notmuch-vimpy-mod.vim     2012-04-19 17:07:19.390693437 +0300
> @@ -29,11 +29,7 @@
>      finish
>  endif
> 
> -" init the python layer
> -let s:python_path = expand('<sfile>:p:h')
> -python import sys
> -exec "python sys.path += [r'" . s:python_path . "']"
> -python import vim, nm_vim
> +let s:notmuch_loaded = 1
> 
>  command! NMVimpy call NMVimpy()
> 
> @@ -815,7 +811,11 @@
>  " --- command handler {{{1
> 
>  function! NMVimpy()
> -    call <SID>NM_cmd_folders(g:nm_vimpy_folders)
> +     let s:python_path = expand('<sfile>:p:h')
> +     python import sys
> +     exec "python sys.path += [r'" . s:python_path . "']"
> +     python import vim, nm_vim
> +     call <SID>NM_cmd_folders(g:nm_vimpy_folders)
>  endfunction
> 
>  "Custom foldtext() for show buffers, which indents folds to
> @@ -859,5 +859,3 @@
>      python nm_vim.vim_get_tags()
>      return prefix . substitute(taglist, "\n", "\n" . prefix, "g")
>  endfunction
> -
> -let s:notmuch_loaded = 1
> 

Thanks, looks good.

> I was seriously considering to concentrate on this plugin instead of
> the current one, but I'm afraid every little error causes a crash,
> even when a subprocess fails (e.g. msmtp), so it's not really usable
> for me. Not to mention that it's really hard to debug, because every
> bug causes a crash, and sometimes I get random crashes with no
> information about what caused it at all.
> 
> I am starting to work on a version that uses ruby, and it doesn't seem
> to have these issues, but lets see. I'm still not sure if we should
> depend on ruby/python bindings, maybe there's a way to make them
> optional.
> 
> Anyway, if you find a way to improve the crash issues, let me know, so
> far it's the only real issue I see with this plug-in.

That is weird, I'm not getting any crashes here. On any exception in the
python code it prints the backtrace and continues normally. I don't
think I've ever seen it actually crash (not counting my ultimately
unsuccessfull attempts at threading). I wonder what could cause this.

-- 
Anton Khirnov

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