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[PATCH] filetype: add .bashrc and .bash_profile 27 days ago

From Evan Gates to ~martanne/devel

Add filenames .bashrc and .bash_profile to the filetype plugin section
for bash so they use bash syntax highlighting automagically.
---
 lua/plugins/filetype.lua | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/lua/plugins/filetype.lua b/lua/plugins/filetype.lua
index 18767ec..a459601 100644
--- a/lua/plugins/filetype.lua
+++ b/lua/plugins/filetype.lua
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ vis.ftdetect.filetypes = {
		ext = { "%.awk$" },
	},
	bash = {
[message trimmed]

Re: [PATCH] README: x/freenode/c/libera/ a month ago

From Evan Gates to ~martanne/devel

On Thu May 5, 2022 at 9:16 AM MDT, Matěj Cepl wrote:
> This probably could be closed, couldn't it? It seems like it has been 
> done in 0eb069f51fff4dc934d4043b2540fa20147307b6.

Well, I replied with the custom header to mark the patch applied,
but it didn't work.  I'll see if I can get a better understanding of
what permissions I'd need then ask martanne if he could grant them.

Re: [PATCH] README: x/freenode/c/libera/ a month ago

From Evan Gates to ~martanne/devel

On Thu May 5, 2022 at 9:16 AM MDT, Matěj Cepl wrote:
> This probably could be closed, couldn't it? It seems like it has been
> done in 0eb069f51fff4dc934d4043b2540fa20147307b6.

I've added the X-Sourcehut-Patchset-Update:APPLIED header to see if
that will mark this as applied correctly.

Paid account vs project owner account for builds a month ago

From Evan Gates to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

I have just been given access to maintain a piece of software.
The original owner is too busy and has handed over permissions to the
repos so I can apply patches etc.  We want to keep using the original
repo instead of forking it to avoid confusion for the users.  The repo
does have the right files to kick off builds, but the original owner
does not have a paid account, so the builds don't run.  I do have a
paid account, so I'd like to be able to run builds.  Since I'm now
maintaining this piece of software, is there any way for me to take
over ownership in a way that will allow builds to run, but without
moving the project/repos?

Reply-To address for ticket emails a month ago

From Evan Gates to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

I was experimenting with the email integration with the ticket system.
I was able to send an email and have it show up as a comment on
a ticket.  I received that comment as an email.  I replied to the
email, assuming my reply would show up as a comment on the ticket.
After it didn't show up I went back and realized that the Reply-To
address was Drew:

	Reply-To: Drew DeVault <sir@cmpwn.com>
	From: "~martanne" <outgoing@sr.ht>, <outgoing@sr.ht>
	Date: Tue, 03 May 2022 17:20:50 +0000
	Message-Id: <CJQASDVH3MHN.LB81SMIAEJKI@todo>
	Subject: Re: ~martanne/vis#4: Dummy ticket
	To: "~emg" <evan.gates@gmail.com>

[PATCH aerc v2] compose: parse headers correctly from -H 2 months ago

From Evan Gates to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

By using :compose -H <header> a user should be able to add
arbitrary headers to an email.  The existing implementation from
5b523880b4b4cd2abd9457b4b09c384af33be14b added the headers as lines
to the beginning of the body.  These lines were not interpreted as
headers anywhere and ended up as plain text in the body of the email.
Fix the code to parse and add the headers correctly.
---

Changes in v2:

- Handle EOF from ReadMessage when body is empty

 commands/account/compose.go | 17 +++++++++++++++--
 1 file changed, 15 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
[message trimmed]

Re: [PATCH aerc] compose: parse headers correctly from -H 2 months ago

From Evan Gates to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

On Fri Apr 1, 2022 at 2:43 PM MDT, Evan Gates wrote:
> By using :compose -H <header> a user should be able to add
> arbitrary headers to an email.  The existing implementation from
> 5b523880b4b4cd2abd9457b4b09c384af33be14b added the headers as lines
> to the beginning of the body.  These lines were not interpreted as
> headers anywhere and ended up as plain text in the body of the email.
> Fix the code to parse and add the headers correctly.
> ---
>
> NOTE: I do not know if this worked at one point in the past and broke.
> I tried to build and run the commit that introduced the feature
> but aerc hung.  I can spend more time doing a git bisect if that
> is helpful.

[PATCH aerc] compose: parse headers correctly from -H 2 months ago

From Evan Gates to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

By using :compose -H <header> a user should be able to add
arbitrary headers to an email.  The existing implementation from
5b523880b4b4cd2abd9457b4b09c384af33be14b added the headers as lines
to the beginning of the body.  These lines were not interpreted as
headers anywhere and ended up as plain text in the body of the email.
Fix the code to parse and add the headers correctly.
---

NOTE: I do not know if this worked at one point in the past and broke.
I tried to build and run the commit that introduced the feature
but aerc hung.  I can spend more time doing a git bisect if that
is helpful.

 commands/account/compose.go | 13 +++++++++++--
[message trimmed]

Re: Emails missing in threaded mode with gmail account 3 months ago

From Evan Gates to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

I went into gmail and moved the entire thread to the inbox.  After that
the thread appears as it should.

Monday 06:45 AM      Andreas Luik           parameter expansion null check fails for arrays when [*] or [@] is used
08:42 AM             Chet Ramey             ├─>
Tuesday 03:51 PM     L A Walsh              └─>
01:25 AM             Ilkka Virta               └─>
05:56 AM             Robert Elz                   ├─>
02:48 AM             L A Walsh                    └─>
06:26 AM             Robert Elz                      ├─>
05:38 AM             Greg Wooledge                   └─>
06:13 AM             Alex fxmbsw7 Ratc                  └─>

If I delete that first message, then the thread disappears.

Emails missing in threaded mode with gmail account 3 months ago

From Evan Gates to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

$ aerc -v
aerc 0.9.0-2-ge566480


I opened aerc and saw the following list of emails:

07:42 AM             Ondřej Synáček       O Re: download all attachments                                                 
07:37 AM             Tim Culverhouse      O Re: download all attachments                                                 
07:31 AM             Nguyễn Gia Phong     O Re: ~rjarry/aerc-discuss?                                                    
06:13 AM             Alex fxmbsw7 Ratc    O Re: parameter expansion null check fails for arrays when [*] or [@] is used  
05:56 AM             Robert Elz           O Re: parameter expansion null check fails for arrays when [*] or [@] is used  
06:26 AM             Robert Elz           O Re: parameter expansion null check fails for arrays when [*] or [@] is used  
05:38 AM             Greg Wooledge        O Re: parameter expansion null check fails for arrays when [*] or [@] is used  
02:48 AM             L A Walsh            O Re: parameter expansion null check fails for arrays when [*] or [@] is used