Re: feature freeze? (Re: [Announce] mutt-1.5.13 is out)
On Wed, Aug 16, 2006 at 06:46:07PM +0000 I heard the voice of
Rocco Rutte, and lo! it spake thus:
> I assume the patch is just a one-liner? You can either re-post it or
> reply the Message-ID and think nobody has problems with committing
> it. In fact the current behavior can easily even be considered a
> bug... :)
Oh, much more than a 1-liner (which was part of the argument).
Different functions get called for gdbm vs bdb etc, so it had to be
repeated in a number of places. It could probably be factored down to
something a little cleaner (a few possibilities occur to me just
glancing at it), but since it works for me. The patch posted also
isn't _exactly_ the one I'm running, since mine is against the
already-patched version I get from FreeBSD ports with X, Y, and Z
options selected, but it's the equivalent against CVS at the time.
<http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=114259211200005&r=1&w=2> is the
original thread; note the last message from me contains a fix to the
patch originally posted (though you shouldn't need the fix unless you
get really /-happy ;)
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