Again: attachment counting
I just had this stupid idea for attachment counting as I recall someone
mentioning header caching in the thread some time ago and as I came
accross a CVS commit for that area.
However, as I read the maildir code, header caching shouldn't have any
effect. Writing to it is only done if the message is not present yet,
and when it's read for the first time, mutt IIRC doesn't do the full the
MIME parsing. But that would mean mutt would add the parse tree after
putting it in the hcache.
Is that assumption true?
Also, somehow related: as I've tuned my POP patch pretty much towards
Brendan's concerns, I still would like to do exactly that: when syncing
a folder, write the message to the hcache. However, all my attempts
failed and screwed up the cache. (I tried: delete first and then
Can somebody help me here?