[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2010-01-20 Thread Carl Worth
On Wed, 30 Dec 2009 11:52:23 +0100, Adrian Perez de Castro wrote: > BTW, I think that if more bindings start to appear, Notmuch might be built > as a shared library, to avoid duplicating it everywhere. Yes. As soon as we have users of the library we can install it as a shared library. >

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2010-01-20 Thread Carl Worth
On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 04:16:43 -0500, Ben Gamari wrote: > I've been looking at switching away from sup recently to something with > a slightly little less everything-and-the-kitchen-sink philosophy. Hi Ben, Welcome to Notmuch! > Notmuch looks excellent, although it appears that its current

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2010-01-20 Thread Ben Gamari
Excerpts from Carl Worth's message of Wed Jan 20 03:45:34 -0500 2010: > Welcome to Notmuch! > Thanks! > > Notmuch looks excellent, although it appears that its current front-end > > for my editor of choice (vim) is a little lacking in some ways > > (operations involving a call to notmuch

Re: [notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2010-01-20 Thread Carl Worth
On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 04:16:43 -0500, Ben Gamari bgam...@gmail.com wrote: I've been looking at switching away from sup recently to something with a slightly little less everything-and-the-kitchen-sink philosophy. Hi Ben, Welcome to Notmuch! Notmuch looks excellent, although it appears that its

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2010-01-15 Thread Ben Gamari
Excerpts from Scott Robinson's message of Wed Dec 30 06:34:15 -0500 2009: > Excerpts from Adrian Perez de Castro's message of Wed Dec 30 02:52:23 -0800 > 2009: > > BTW, I think that if more bindings start to appear, Notmuch might be built > > as a shared library, to avoid duplicating it

Re: [notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2010-01-15 Thread Ben Gamari
Excerpts from Scott Robinson's message of Wed Dec 30 06:34:15 -0500 2009: Excerpts from Adrian Perez de Castro's message of Wed Dec 30 02:52:23 -0800 2009: BTW, I think that if more bindings start to appear, Notmuch might be built as a shared library, to avoid duplicating it everywhere. One

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-30 Thread Adrian Perez de Castro
On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 04:16:43 -0500, Ben wrote: > Regardless, I thought it might be nice to have access to the notmuch > backend from a language other than C (preferably my high-level language > of choice, python) [...] Funny, I was just doing the same: a Python binding. Haha, so now we have two

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-30 Thread Ben Gamari
Excerpts from Adrian Perez de Castro's message of Wed Dec 30 05:52:23 -0500 2009: > On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 04:16:43 -0500, Ben wrote: > > > Regardless, I thought it might be nice to have access to the notmuch > > backend from a language other than C (preferably my high-level language > > of choice,

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-30 Thread Scott Robinson
Excerpts from Adrian Perez de Castro's message of Wed Dec 30 02:52:23 -0800 2009: > BTW, I think that if more bindings start to appear, Notmuch might be built > as a shared library, to avoid duplicating it everywhere. One option may be > using *just* libtool but not the rest of auto-foo tools

Re: [notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-30 Thread Adrian Perez de Castro
On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 04:16:43 -0500, Ben wrote: Regardless, I thought it might be nice to have access to the notmuch backend from a language other than C (preferably my high-level language of choice, python) [...] Funny, I was just doing the same: a Python binding. Haha, so now we have two

Re: [notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-30 Thread Scott Robinson
Excerpts from Adrian Perez de Castro's message of Wed Dec 30 02:52:23 -0800 2009: BTW, I think that if more bindings start to appear, Notmuch might be built as a shared library, to avoid duplicating it everywhere. One option may be using *just* libtool but not the rest of auto-foo tools (for

Re: [notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-30 Thread Ben Gamari
Excerpts from Adrian Perez de Castro's message of Wed Dec 30 05:52:23 -0500 2009: On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 04:16:43 -0500, Ben wrote: Regardless, I thought it might be nice to have access to the notmuch backend from a language other than C (preferably my high-level language of choice, python)

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-29 Thread Ben Gamari
Hey all, I've been looking at switching away from sup recently to something with a slightly little less everything-and-the-kitchen-sink philosophy. Notmuch looks excellent, although it appears that its current front-end for my editor of choice (vim) is a little lacking in some ways (operations

[notmuch] SWIG (and particularly Python) bindings

2009-12-29 Thread Ben Gamari
Hey all, I've been looking at switching away from sup recently to something with a slightly little less everything-and-the-kitchen-sink philosophy. Notmuch looks excellent, although it appears that its current front-end for my editor of choice (vim) is a little lacking in some ways (operations