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Re: CVS commit: src/usr.bin/mail
In article <20130307104716.fxf5kembQ0XOuLi3FEqsN/NG@dietcurd.local>,
Steffen "Daode" Nurpmeso <sdaoden%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>"Christos Zoulas" <christos%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> |Module Name: src
> |Committed By: christos
> |Date: Wed Mar 6 20:49:20 UTC 2013
> |Modified Files:
> | src/usr.bin/mail: fio.c
> |Log Message:
> |since we are calling realpath() earlier now, we need to expand the name
> |of the folder in case it contained variables like $HOME.
>$HOME would simply be
> :set folder=
Yes, and how do you get:
>however; Mail(1) (and POSIX) yet don't document expansion, but
> If this name begins with a `/', mail considers it to be an
> absolute pathname; otherwise, the folder directory is found
> relative to your home directory.
Yes, but this worked and broke after your changes.
>patch in PR bin/47577 (the clean one using mblen(3))?
>It's working fine for me on UTF-8, and should do well for all
>multibyte encodings that have a clear notion of sequence leaders
>and follow bytes ('don't know wether there are ambiguous ones);
>it is anyway better than the version in CVS in respect to that.
I really don't want to do a one-off patch for partial handling of
multi-byte characters. If we are going to support multi-byte characters
it should work everywhere.
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