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Re: [Nmh-workers] temporary files

From: David Levine
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] temporary files
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 00:51:51 -0400

> >Hell, it's not even that much of an edge case. It's a reasonably common
> >situation, and it silently fails by simply relinking the @ for each new
> >reply. Unless anyone has any strong rationale for keeping it around (and
> >I haven't seen any posted here so far), I'm all in favour of nuking it
> >altogether.
> I am loath to get rid of an interface like this that has been around
> forever (and like Valdis said, exmh might use it).  AFAICT, this has
> only come up as an issue because of dropbox, and I think having a switch
> to turn it off might be the right solution here.

Agreed.  Though I'd be surprised if another program depended
on it because it's not created if the current directory isn't

If it's not used by exmh (and mh-e and xmh?), how about if we
disable it by default?


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