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[elpa] externals/gnorb f3b9fad 161/449: Split out msg-id to group/link f

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: [elpa] externals/gnorb f3b9fad 161/449: Split out msg-id to group/link functionality
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2020 23:15:30 -0500 (EST)

branch: externals/gnorb
commit f3b9fad0086846ce5dd4bc86c1896208eb3e6f70
Author: Eric Abrahamsen <eric@ericabrahamsen.net>
Commit: Eric Abrahamsen <eric@ericabrahamsen.net>

    Split out msg-id to group/link functionality
    * lisp/gnorb-utils.el (gnorb-msg-id-to-group) New function, just return
      the group.
      (gnorb-msg-id-to-link) Refactor to use the above function.
 lisp/gnorb-utils.el | 20 +++++++++++++++++---
 1 file changed, 17 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/gnorb-utils.el b/lisp/gnorb-utils.el
index 177adb1..e4558d7 100644
--- a/lisp/gnorb-utils.el
+++ b/lisp/gnorb-utils.el
@@ -186,6 +186,11 @@ the prefix arg."
       `(:gnus ,gnus :mail ,mail :bbdb ,bbdb))))
 (defun gnorb-msg-id-to-link (msg-id)
+  (let ((server-group (gnorb-msg-id-to-group msg-id)))
+    (when server-group
+      (org-link-escape (concat server-group "#" msg-id)))))
+(defun gnorb-msg-id-to-group (msg-id)
   "Given only a message id, try a few different things to
 reconstruct a complete org link, including server and group. So
 far we're only checking the registry, and also notmuch if notmuch
@@ -195,10 +200,20 @@ is in use. Other search engines? Other clever methods?"
   ;; when the message is sent. But if we're not (ie nnimap), then it's
   ;; pretty rare that the the user is going to go to the sent message
   ;; folder and open the messages so that they're entered into the
-  ;; registry. Any other options?
+  ;; registry. That probably means hooking into some fairly low-level
+  ;; processing: allowing users to specify which mailboxes hold their
+  ;; sent mail, and then watching to see any time messages are put
+  ;; into those boxes, and adding them to the registry. One bonus
+  ;; should be, if incoming sent messages are then split, the registry
+  ;; will notice them and add their group key.
   (let (server-group)
     (catch 'found
       (when gnus-registry-enabled
+       ;; The following is a cheap knock-off of
+       ;; `gnus-try-warping-via-registry'. I can't use that, though,
+       ;; because it isn't low-level enough -- it starts with a
+       ;; message under point and ends by opening the message in the
+       ;; group.
        (setq server-group
              (gnus-registry-get-id-key msg-id 'group))
        ;; If the id is registered at all, group will be a list. If it
@@ -211,8 +226,7 @@ is in use. Other search engines? Other clever methods?"
              (throw 'found server-group)))))
       (when (featurep 'notmuch)
        t)) ;; Is this even feasible? I suspect not.
-    (when server-group
-      (org-link-escape (concat server-group "#" msg-id)))))
+    server-group))
 (provide 'gnorb-utils)
 ;;; gnorb-utils.el ends here

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