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#109 fixed Switching to perl-style regular expressions? mutt-dev Andreas Metzler <ametzler@…>
Description
Package: mutt
Version: 1.0.1
Severity: wishlist

Hello!
Wouldn't it be nice to switch to Perl-style regular expressions, using
libpcre2 (Philip Hazel's Perl Compatible Regular Expression library)?
         cu andreas

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#170 fixed mutt: on too wide query lists lines mutt acts strange mutt-dev "Marco d'Itri" <md@…>
Description
Package: mutt
Version: 1.2-1
Severity: normal

[NOTE: this bug report has been submitted to the debian BTS as Bug#66096.
Please Cc all your replies to 66096@bugs.debian.org.]

From: Gabor Fleischer <flocsy@mtesz.hu>
Subject: mutt: on too wide query lists lines mutt acts strange
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 03:07:11 +0200

Hi!

I've just added a new query_command. (Espetially m_pine to lbdbq)
It works fine, but there's a strange thing:
I can't see the lines that are longer than 80 chars. Only the first
80 char is displayed.
It would be useful if man could go to see the end of those lines
(for example by pressing right-arrow or something on it)
or mutt would wrap them into multiple lines to fit on the screen.

Also if there is a line, where the addresses are to long, then
all the other lines don't show the comment, even if there's enough
space left for it.

And finally if I query-append then the whole list is being tab-ed
from the new query, and not from the whole list. (Well this seems
to be a bug, but 'till the other two bugs are there, this could
be a feature:-)

Gabor

-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.2
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux crux 2.2.15 #1 Tue Jun 20 01:48:32 CEST 2000 i686

Versions of packages mutt depends on:
ii  libc6                      2.1.3-10      GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libncurses5                5.0-6         Shared libraries for terminal hand
ii  smail [mail-transport-agen 3.2.0.102-2.1 Electronic mail transport system. 








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#210 fixed Mutt removes unknown flags when changing the status of files in Maildir/cur directories mutt-dev "Christian Renz <crenz@…>
Description
Package: mutt
Version: 1.2.4i-nntp
Severity: normal

-- Please type your report below this line

When updating the flags of mail files in Maildir directories, mutt drops all flags it doesn't
recognize (that is, everything except 2,FRS - flagged, replied and seen).


Example:

Assume you have the files

   UNIQA:2,XY
   UNIQB:2,AF
   UNIQC:1,my_own_semantics:2,FZ

in the cur/ directory of a Maildir. When opening this mailbox with "mutt -f =Maildir", mutt
will correctly recognize the latter two files as flagged. After reading the mails, mutt will
rename them to

   UNIQA:2,S
   UNIQB:2,FS
   UNIQC:2,FS


Why I think this is a bug:

D.J. Bernstein that it would be "useful" if MUA's agreed on the semantics of the flags used
[1]. This implies that you are allowed to implementing your own flags. mutt makes this
impossible by destroying flags unknown to it.


Fix:

Only change those flags which have a meaning to mutt. I hereby propose to both allow
experimental and "standard" semantics (see [1]) by using the following
syntax: ('[]'denotes optional parts)

FILENAME           := UNIQ_STRING[:1,EXPERIMENTAL_FLAGS][:2,LETTER_FLAGS]
UNIQ_STRING        := "a unique string like described by DJB"
EXPERIMENTAL_FLAGS := "a string not containing double-dots"
LETTER_FLAGS       := ["A"]["B"]["C"]...["X"]["Y"]["Z"]


Why this is important to me:

I am storing my mails in Maildirs and would like to use custom flags for my own purposes (for
example to mark them as retrieved from the server).


References:

[1]: DJB's description of the maildir format <http://cr.yp.to/proto/maildir.html>

-- Mutt Version Information

Mutt 1.2.4i-nntp (2000-07-07)
Copyright (C) 1996-2000 Michael R. Elkins und andere.
Mutt übernimmt KEINERLEI GEWÄHRLEISTUNG. Starten Sie `mutt -vv', um
weitere Details darüber zu erfahren. Mutt ist freie Software. 
Sie können es unter bestimmten Bedingungen weitergeben; starten Sie
`mutt -vv' für weitere Details.

System: Linux 2.2.14 [using ncurses 5.0]
Einstellungen bei der Compilierung:
-DOMAIN
-DEBUG
-HOMESPOOL  -USE_SETGID  +USE_DOTLOCK  +USE_FCNTL  -USE_FLOCK
-USE_IMAP  -USE_GSS  -USE_SSL  -USE_POP  +HAVE_REGCOMP  -USE_GNU_REGEX  
+HAVE_COLOR  +HAVE_PGP  -BUFFY_SIZE -EXACT_ADDRESS  +ENABLE_NLS
SENDMAIL="/usr/sbin/sendmail"
MAILPATH="/var/spool/mail"
SHAREDIR="/usr/local/share/mutt"
SYSCONFDIR="/usr/local/etc"
ISPELL="/usr/bin/ispell"
Um die Entwickler zu kontaktieren, schicken Sie bitte
eine Nachricht (in englisch) an <mutt-dev@mutt.org>.
Um einen Bug zu melden, verwenden Sie bitte das Programm muttbug.


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