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Re: CVS commit: src/usr.bin/mail
christos%zoulas.com@localhost (Christos Zoulas) wrote:
|On Mar 7, 7:15pm, sdaoden%gmail.com@localhost (Steffen "Daode" Nurpmeso)
|-- Subject: Re: CVS commit: src/usr.bin/mail
|| Not at all; so it's a plain improvement of the codebase.
|| How about caching the result, just as S-nail does; i think with
|| your change you fork a shell subprocess for each and every
|| getfold() now?
|Yes, that sucks. But how did it work before? I guess I will have to
|revert the patch and figure it out.
I'll look into it and send a patch if you like -- i like the idea
as such myself, and in fact i (still) often do 'set folder=~ ..'
and then realize the special treatment of this variable, and this
hurts since unfortunately there is neither history nor
|| I am the opinion that users should use paths in their native
|| language when they want to, and this may look odd with Mail(1)
|I agree with you but it needs to be done correctly otherwise we are
|going to end up with a mess that will be impossible to cleanup.
I still don't know what do you mean by that; doesn't Mail(1) use
iconv(3) etc. already? I.e., if CHARSET_SUPPORT is set.
The only other solution i can think of regarding multibyte safety
is a forward search, which should address even those multibyte
encodings that use clearly identifiable sequence starts.
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