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Re: mail (next/previous)

From: Alain Magloire
Subject: Re: mail (next/previous)
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 11:00:44 -0500 (EST)

> >   The current implementation of mail_next() is broken.
> > Will crash and burn(SIGSEGV) if you just hit return on the prompt.
> Hmm, didn't notice so far :(
> > But what's the right fix.  I thought reading somewhere that
> > if you hit return on the mail prompt that it is equivalent
> > to "next" which prints the the next mail.  But our implementation
> > of "next" just move the cursor does not print.  And we have
> > a "previous" counterpart which decrements the cursor.
> Next should move the dot to the next non-deleted message and print it.
> Previous should behave the same way. As far as I know, all existing
> implementations follow this principle. I don't know about just hitting
> return, though. It seems a good idea to make it run "next". Maybe
> it would be better if it just repeated the last executed command?

Ok, commit some changes for the SIGSEGV and free(cmd).
change nex/previous to print the mail.

It felt funny after doing Java for so long to call (free)
and to play with pointers.

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