[PATCH] Add configurable changed tag to messages that have been changed on disk

2014-08-01 Thread Austin Clements
I should add that this code shouldn't be considered stable yet. The on-disk format may (and probably will) change, so don't try it on your main notmuch database. Quoth myself on Aug 01 at 2:55 pm: > I have a prototype implementation of message modification times on my > lastmod-v1 branch at >

[PATCH] Add configurable changed tag to messages that have been changed on disk

2014-08-01 Thread Austin Clements
I have a prototype implementation of message modification times on my lastmod-v1 branch at https://github.com/aclements/notmuch/tree/lastmod-v1 It builds on my database features series that's currently awaiting review [1]. The series uses a monotonic revision number, rather than wall-clock

Custom Tag Images

2014-08-01 Thread MaDhAt2r
Hello Everyone. If this is not the place to address this issue, could you please direct me to the proper forum. Info: Using Emacs 24.3.1 on ArchLinux I am interested in setting up custom image for some of the tags I use. I have tried to use a svg file by setting it in the following ways:

Custom Tag Images

2014-08-01 Thread MaDhAt2r
Hello Everyone. If this is not the place to address this issue, could you please direct me to the proper forum. Info: Using Emacs 24.3.1 on ArchLinux I am interested in setting up custom image for some of the tags I use. I have tried to use a svg file by setting it in the following ways:

Re: [PATCH] Add configurable changed tag to messages that have been changed on disk

2014-08-01 Thread Austin Clements
I have a prototype implementation of message modification times on my lastmod-v1 branch at https://github.com/aclements/notmuch/tree/lastmod-v1 It builds on my database features series that's currently awaiting review [1]. The series uses a monotonic revision number, rather than wall-clock

Re: [PATCH] Add configurable changed tag to messages that have been changed on disk

2014-08-01 Thread Austin Clements
I should add that this code shouldn't be considered stable yet. The on-disk format may (and probably will) change, so don't try it on your main notmuch database. Quoth myself on Aug 01 at 2:55 pm: I have a prototype implementation of message modification times on my lastmod-v1 branch at