[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-20 Thread Bartosz Telenczuk
> Yeah that would be ideal. Franz and I have been working in a github repo > here: > > https://github.com/imain/notmuch-vim Indeed, that is a lot of commits. It is almost an independent fork. Even more so we should work hard to include the changes back into upstream for "the benefit of the

Re: [DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-19 Thread Bartosz Telenczuk
Yeah that would be ideal. Franz and I have been working in a github repo here: https://github.com/imain/notmuch-vim Indeed, that is a lot of commits. It is almost an independent fork. Even more so we should work hard to include the changes back into upstream for the benefit of the

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-18 Thread David Bremner
Ian Main writes: > Let me know what you think of the code base and if you are willing to help out > with merging the changes (lots of reviews I think mostly). In nmbug commit cb9e7acbb6b I marked the outstanding vim patches from Ian and Franz as "moreinfo"; we can revisit their status when you

Re: [DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-18 Thread David Bremner
Ian Main im...@stemwinder.org writes: Let me know what you think of the code base and if you are willing to help out with merging the changes (lots of reviews I think mostly). In nmbug commit cb9e7acbb6b I marked the outstanding vim patches from Ian and Franz as moreinfo; we can revisit their

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-17 Thread Ian Main
Bartosz Telenczuk wrote: > Dear David, > (CC Ian and Franz) > > > Before Christmas we had a flurry of patches from Ian Main (in copy). I > > think there is some functionality overlap with what you proposed. As far > > as I know Ian has mainly been working on his private fork of the vim > >

Re: [DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-17 Thread Ian Main
Bartosz Telenczuk wrote: Dear David, (CC Ian and Franz) Before Christmas we had a flurry of patches from Ian Main (in copy). I think there is some functionality overlap with what you proposed. As far as I know Ian has mainly been working on his private fork of the vim client, but

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-12 Thread David Bremner
Bartosz Telenczuk writes: > > I am not familiar with the review process at NM. If someone could help me to > get started, I will be much obliged. > Sure. We have tried to document the process at http://notmuchmail.org/contributing/ In particular steps 14, 15 An example (hopefully

Re: [DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-12 Thread Bartosz Telenczuk
Dear David, (CC Ian and Franz) Before Christmas we had a flurry of patches from Ian Main (in copy). I think there is some functionality overlap with what you proposed. As far as I know Ian has mainly been working on his private fork of the vim client, but maybe if the two (or three,

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-11 Thread Bartosz Telenczuk
Dear David, (CC Ian and Franz) > Before Christmas we had a flurry of patches from Ian Main (in copy). I > think there is some functionality overlap with what you proposed. As far > as I know Ian has mainly been working on his private fork of the vim > client, but maybe if the two (or three,

Re: [DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-11 Thread David Bremner
Bartosz Telenczuk telenc...@unic.cnrs-gif.fr writes: I am not familiar with the review process at NM. If someone could help me to get started, I will be much obliged. Sure. We have tried to document the process at http://notmuchmail.org/contributing/ In particular steps 14, 15

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-10 Thread David Bremner
Bartosz writes: > Hi, > > I really like to use notmuch for organising my emails. However, I noticed > that vim interface is slightly lagging behind emacs. Some of the most > important features still missing are: > > - adding attachments (PATCH 4) > - saving sent emails to "Sent" box in maildir

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-10 Thread Bartosz
Hi, I really like to use notmuch for organising my emails. However, I noticed that vim interface is slightly lagging behind emacs. Some of the most important features still missing are: - adding attachments (PATCH 4) - saving sent emails to "Sent" box in maildir (PATCH 3) - forwarding messages

[DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-10 Thread Bartosz
Hi, I really like to use notmuch for organising my emails. However, I noticed that vim interface is slightly lagging behind emacs. Some of the most important features still missing are: - adding attachments (PATCH 4) - saving sent emails to Sent box in maildir (PATCH 3) - forwarding messages

Re: [DRAFT] New features in Vim interface

2015-01-10 Thread David Bremner
Bartosz telenc...@unic.cnrs-gif.fr writes: Hi, I really like to use notmuch for organising my emails. However, I noticed that vim interface is slightly lagging behind emacs. Some of the most important features still missing are: - adding attachments (PATCH 4) - saving sent emails to