Daniel Kahn Gillmor writes:
> So this failure that bremner's reporting appears to happen only when
> combining the #secure mode with a message with attachments. It doesn't
> happen when the draft itself is just plaintext and one of the #secure
> flags is set. And
Apparently pre 5.1 gcc defaulted to gnu89, but we decided it was ok to
use some c99 features.
'-std=c99' by itself is not enough for notmuch to compile.
'-std=gnu99' seems to work with clang and gcc, so I'm not convinced
configuration support is needed.
Our use of c99 loop variable
Tomi Ollila writes:
> I am happy with merging the series, just amend the sepErates
> (and possibly spcs->tab after $(dir)/string-map.c in -3-)
> I looked through the code and did not see anything that should broke
> anything. As Daniel has been using it I can slack off
On Tue, 13 Sep 2016, David Bremner wrote:
> This is a strange corner case where the removing of the user's address
> from the To: header does the wrong thing. If we think it is
> worth (eventually) fixing, this test can serve as a reminder.
Hi I haven't tested the patch, but
This makes $ in the tree pane toggle decryption in the message
pane. Without this the user can only decrypt the message pane by
switching to it, or by setting decryption on globally by setting
notmuch-crypto-process-mime to t.
This seems an obvious extension. It may not be very useful as most
This makes replying to a message in tree view, use the decrypted state
from the message pane if it is open. Previously it just used the
global decryption state from notmuch-crypto-process-mime.
In particular if notmuch-crypto-process-mime is nil, and the user
views the messages (which doesn't
On Wed, Sep 21 2016, David Bremner wrote:
> Daniel Kahn Gillmor writes:
>> I've been running this series of patches since shortly after they were
>> released. They work for me, and they're a critical feature to enable
>> the cleartext index series
Thanks. I'll try this, because it looks simpler than what I have. Here's
what's working so far:
Note: Gmail has a proprietary implementation of IMAP. To delete an
email, you first must move the email to the trash folder on the
server. You can find this info through archive.org, because Google now
I also use mbsync + notmuch
here is mbsync config for my personal Gmail mailbox:
PassCmd "gpg2 -q --for-your-eyes-only --no-tty
Daniel Kahn Gillmor writes:
> I've been running this series of patches since shortly after they were
> released. They work for me, and they're a critical feature to enable
> the cleartext index series i've been trying to land.
OK, that's certainly more testing and API
On Sat, 02 Jan 2016, Simon Castellan wrote:
> I'm using notmuch-tree and I encountered a slightly annoying bug. When
> browsing through a notmuch-tree buffer, if I open up a message whose
> tags needs to be changed (eg. the message needs to be marked read),
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