unexpunge -l eats up spaces

Wesley Craig wes at umich.edu
Mon Dec 17 13:33:14 EST 2007

The stock unexpunge prints the searchable data available in the  
cache.  The attached patch (to 2.3.8, I haven't checked to see if it  
ports forward cleanly to 2.3.11) adds a -H flag to indicate that the  
"human readable" fiends should be read from the cached envelop and  
printed.  If you open a bug and cc me on it, I'll post this patch there.


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On 17 Dec 2007, at 04:02, Janne Peltonen wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 17, 2007 at 09:16:49AM +0100, Rudy Gevaert wrote:
>> When doing unuxpunge -l it doesn't show the spaces e.g. in the  
>> subject line.
>> Could someone confirme this, so I can file a bug report.
>> I'm running 2.3.10
> same here, 2.3.8
> it also doesn't differantiate case, that is, everything is in lower  
> case
> don't find this much of a problem, though - and suspect it might be
> problematic to correct this (then again, haven't looked at the code)

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