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Re: [Pan-users] Pan 0,145, not assembling binary downloads

From: Per Hedeland
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] Pan 0,145, not assembling binary downloads
Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2019 16:01:40 +0200
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; FreeBSD amd64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/60.4.0

Sorry if the question is dumb, but you haven't accidentally switched
the "Action" from "Save attachements" to "Save text" in the download
pop-up? It happened to me once...:-) - and the setting is
semi-persistent, i.e. it keeps the choice until you save with a
different one.

--Per Hedeland

On 2019-04-28 14:17, Dave wrote:
On Sat, 23 Mar 2019 23:27:52 +0000, Dave wrote:

Pan 0.145 is no longer assembling binary parts
into files.  If I try to download a binary
attachment all I get are many .msg files.

If the binary post has an .nzb file, right clicking
the nzb post and choosing Save Articles From
Selected NZB works fine, so I assume they are using
two different methods of getting the data and then
"doing stuff" with it.

Pan has not changed, so it must be one of the
the dependencies causing the problem. (or a
dependency of a dependency)

Does anyone know which dependency is used for this

Well, I've been busy since I posted this, but I've now tried a few
things to see if there is a solution.  So far, no luck.

Pan is still the same version.  FreeBSD is still the same version.

I tried building against gmime24, 26 and 30 (default is 26) and
still no solution.  I can't see any other build or runtime
dependencies which may be relevant.

I can still download those binaries which include an NZB file as
per the original post above, but any attempt to simple "Save" a
binary article results in just the many, many .msg files being
dumped into the destination directory.

I'd very much appreciate some pointers as to what to look for or
guidance on what potential helpers might need to know from me to
lead to a resolution.

I generally use FreeBSD with binary package updates but have one
or two unrelated apps built from ports, Pan being one of them to
increase the maximum connections per server as per the servers
rules rather than the default 4 in the source file.  This does of
course mean that Pan dependencies may be updated/upgraded when Pan
isn't, ie Pan is "locked" in terms of "pkg upgrade".  To stay in
sync I also keep the ports system up to date and rebuild Pan as
required, ie if dependencies are upgraded.

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