Re: (emacs) Parsing problems replying to encrypted html

2016-03-13 Thread Jani Nikula
On Sat, 12 Mar 2016, David Edmondson wrote: > Is "reply" from search mode a common pattern of use? Currently it seems > generally un-useful (the thread has to contain just a single message - > not just a single matching message). I wish we could make it useful again. It was one of

Re: [PATCH v1 0/3] Improve the acquisition of text parts.

2016-03-13 Thread Mark Walters
This looks good to me +1. However, it would be sensible to get testing in a greater variety of charsets/encodings Best wishes Mark On Tue, 08 Mar 2016, David Edmondson wrote: > Improve the acquisition of text parts. > > This affects the new "reply" behaviour and the rendering

Re: Bug#817964: notmuch: indexing daemon

2016-03-13 Thread Justus Winter
Quoting David Bremner (2016-03-12 12:24:47) > Paul Wise writes: > > I expect the right interface to use for notifications of filesystem > > events is inotify since fanotify doesn't send rename events. This would > > require one inotify per directory. Fwiw, afew does exactly

Re: [PATCH] use notmuch_database_open_verbose

2016-03-13 Thread David Bremner
Patrick Totzke writes: > As far as I understand the bindings, the returned message is not needed > because the return > value of `Database._open` (line 212) contains information about the type of > error that occurred. > This is passed on two lines below if the open-call

Re: [PATCH] Don't bother checking for mbox files

2016-03-13 Thread Jani Nikula
On Sun, 13 Mar 2016, Edward Betts wrote: > Keith Packard wrote: >> Postfix adds mbox-style From lines when used in combination with >> maildrop or .forward files. If they have another line starting with >> 'From ' in them, notmuch complains about them not

Re: [PATCH] Don't bother checking for mbox files

2016-03-13 Thread Edward Betts
Keith Packard wrote: > Postfix adds mbox-style From lines when used in combination with > maildrop or .forward files. If they have another line starting with > 'From ' in them, notmuch complains about them not being mail files. > > If we assume the user hasn't screwed up and

Re: [PATCH] use notmuch_database_open_verbose

2016-03-13 Thread Patrick Totzke
As far as I understand the bindings, the returned message is not needed because the return value of `Database._open` (line 212) contains information about the type of error that occurred. This is passed on two lines below if the open-call was unsuccessful. The docstrings for this method are not

[PATCH] emacs: hello: promote '?' as the universal help key

2016-03-13 Thread Jani Nikula
Move the brief help text at the bottom of the hello screen to the notmuch-hello-mode help, and promote '?' as the universal help key across Notmuch. This unclutters the hello screen, and allows for a more verbose description in the mode help. Hopefully, this change is useful for both experienced