On Monday, January 9 at 07:55 PM, quoth Thomas Roessler:
To match against a pattern group, use '$' instead of '~' (better character suggestions would be much appreciated.)The attached version uses '%' instead.
Missing features include support for multiple groups in asingle alias / alternates / lists,Done in the attached version of the patch.
I'm thinking of a pair of commands named group / ungroup with the following syntaxes (Brendan will be able to teach me the correct plural here ;): group -group a -group b -group c -rx a b c -addr d e f -rx h j k ungroup -group a -group b -group c -rx a b c -addr d e f This would re-use the group context code that is now shared between alias / alternates / lists / subscribe. The -rx and -addr switches to group and ungroup would switch between manipulating the regexp and address part of a group. ungroup would have a special "*" parameter which can be used without specifying a mode, and would empty the group entirely.
Hmm, I'm somewhat confused. Let's take an example a friend that has multiple addresses that he sends from, but only one address I want to send to him. However, I want all addresses that are attached to him to be in the "friends" group. I'd of course do something like this to start with:
fcc-save-hook '%C friends' =Friends color index red default '%C friends' alias -group friends bob Bob <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>But if he also sometimes uses bob@xxxxxxxxxxx and I want that address to be treated the same... would I do this?
group -group friends -addr bob@xxxxxxxxxxx ~Kyle --I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.
-- Sir Stephen Henry Roberts
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