From: Jonas Bernoulli Starting with Emacs 27 the old `cl' implementation is finally considered obsolete. Previously its use was strongly discouraged at run-time but one was still allowed to use it at compile-time. For the most part the transition is very simple and boils down to adding the
Hi, lieer v1.1 has been released with a bunch of minor fixes, and also the ability to (experimentally) send e-mail as a primitive sendmail stand-in. https://github.com/gauteh/lieer "Fast email-fetching and sending and two-way tag synchronization between notmuch and GMail" git shortlog:
Keegan Carruthers-Smith writes: > This is like notmuch-search-filter-by-tag, but creates a new search > rather than filtering the current search. We add this to > notmuch-common-keymap since this can be used by many contexts. We bind > to the key "t", which is the same key used by >
Olivier Taïbi writes: > As suggested by David Bremner in > https://notmuchmail.org/pipermail/notmuch/2020/029288.html > here is a separate patch for bug #2: calling gzerror() (indirectly via > gzerror_str()) after gzclose_r is a use after free, according to zlib's > manual. pushed, with
Olivier Taïbi writes: > As suggested by David Bremner in > https://notmuchmail.org/pipermail/notmuch/2020/029288.html > here is the patch for bug #3: after gzgets() returns NULL (meaning EOF > or error), the error code Z_STREAM_END means EOF and not error. pushed, with revised commit message.
Jonas Bernoulli writes: pushed the first 3. d ___ notmuch mailing list email@example.com https://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch
Keegan Carruthers-Smith writes: > This is the non-deprecated way to use completing-read. Additionally > the old use was broken when using ivy for completing-read. For user's > using completing-read-default they won't see the default URL now, but > if they hit enter it will be visited.
By inspection this looks good, though I haven't tested, so... On Wednesday, 2020-04-15 at 20:28:22 +02, Jonas Bernoulli wrote: > Starting with Emacs 27 the old `cl' implementation is finally > considered obsolete. Previously its use was strongly discouraged > at run-time but one was still