Re: Python bindings and Xapian exceptions

2014-12-16 Thread David Bremner
Matt matta...@gmail.com writes: 2014-12-15 21:41 GMT+01:00 David Bremner da...@tethera.net: Matt matta...@gmail.com writes: But for exceptions in general, yes the notmuch library does need to be fixed to allow the caller of functions to distinguish between things like no matches found

exim config for 'notmuch insert' retry

2014-12-16 Thread Edward Betts
Short version: exim has an option to retry delivery when notmuch insert fails Long version: I'm using maildrop and 'notmuch insert' to sort and tag my incoming mail. Sometimes 'notmuch insert' isn't able to write to the notmuch index because another process is holding the notmuch write lock. At

Re: [PATCH] VIM: Automatically refresh folder screen

2014-12-16 Thread Franz Fellner
David Bremner wrote: Ian Main im...@stemwinder.org writes: This patch makes the folder screen refresh each time you 'enter' it. This way when you read a folder and mark items as read the changes are reflected immediately when you return to the folder view. It seems to work, but it is

Python bindings and Xapian exceptions

2014-12-16 Thread David Bremner
Matt writes: > 2014-12-15 21:41 GMT+01:00 David Bremner : >> Matt writes: >> > But for exceptions in general, yes the notmuch library does need to be > fixed to allow the caller of functions to distinguish between things > like "no matches found" and "an exception occurred, so

exim config for 'notmuch insert' retry

2014-12-16 Thread Edward Betts
Short version: exim has an option to retry delivery when notmuch insert fails Long version: I'm using maildrop and 'notmuch insert' to sort and tag my incoming mail. Sometimes 'notmuch insert' isn't able to write to the notmuch index because another process is holding the notmuch write lock. At

[PATCH] VIM: Automatically refresh folder screen

2014-12-16 Thread Franz Fellner
David Bremner wrote: > Ian Main writes: > > > This patch makes the folder screen refresh each time you 'enter' it. > > This way when you read a folder and mark items as read the changes are > > reflected immediately when you return to the folder view. > > It seems to work, but it is pretty slow