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Re: [Pan-devel] @ hmueller: "delete key" functionality lost in compose w

From: Duncan
Subject: Re: [Pan-devel] @ hmueller: "delete key" functionality lost in compose window, between 51ee292..72c8148 I think
Date: Sun, 4 Dec 2011 09:48:35 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: Pan/0.135 (Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea; GIT 72c8148 /st/portage/src/egit-src/pan2)

Heinrich Müller posted on Sun, 04 Dec 2011 07:46:49 +0000 as excerpted:

> Fixed in gnome/testing. Thanks for the heads-up :D

Not a problem.  It stimulated me to add a git bisect helper module to my 
growing portage live-git-overlay-and-package helper script.  That'll make 
it easier bisecting not only pan, but other live-git ebuild packages I 
have installed, when necessary. =:^)

For any gentooers reading...

I started the script to help me easily check git whatchanged on git-based 
layman managed overlays.  Then I modified it to give me the same ability 
to check git whatchanged for live-git packages, then to allow me to 
easily run git show <commit> on them to check individual commits from 
whatchanged.  Then I added ebuild unpack phase support so I could check 
whatchanged before I actually merged the latest version.  Now I've added 
git bisect support so I can easily bisect package regressions (like this 
one) using the ebuild, instead of having to clone the git repo and build 
manually to bisect.

There's still a number of variables hard-coded for each git-live package 
or git-based overlay as I haven't figured out how to make that as generic 
as I want yet, and it works using symlinks to the script of the form 
pan.c (check pan's whatchanged log), pan.s (show), pan.f (fetch/unpack), 
pan.b g (bisect good), etc, which means you have to create the relevant 
script symlinks and set some vars for each package/overlay you want it to 
work with, but it's coming along, and works very nicely with the pan-9999 
ebuild I have in my overlay and the /etc/portage/env/net-nntp/pan-9999 
file, both of which I posted some months ago, and can post again (the env 
file in particular is quite updated) if there's anyone actually 
interested in using them.

Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
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