Re: Pattern ~X no longer works?
On 2007-02-27 12:15:02 -0600, David Champion wrote:
> It was felt previously that since applying defaults would be essentially
> the same as parsing a set of default rules in Muttrc (just done by
> direct C calls instead), putting the defaults into Muttrc was a good
> way of setting defaults, and more easily maintained. But if (as
> Vincent says) upgrade paths make this a problem, then defaults could be
> installed as above.
I don't think the defaults should be implemented in a Muttrc, not
because of upgrade problems, but because there should be an easy
and automatical way to cancel the defaults. The problem is that the
defaults consist in a *list* of statements, and IMHO, if the user
adds a statement in his muttrc, then the whole default list should
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