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    • Cedric Duval's avatar
      attached are fixes for some little mistakes : · d112b949
      Cedric Duval authored
      * history-down -> scroll _down_, not up
      * functions decode-(save|copy) do not exist in the attach menu.
      * gettext oversight in pattern.c
      * inconsistency between "printf-like sequences" used all over the place
        and "escape sequences" for the description of $attribution.
      d112b949
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    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      merge ~v patch into unstable. · 31d8ad1d
      Thomas Roessler authored
      31d8ad1d
    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      Merging the external character set patch into unstable. · be3b5397
      Thomas Roessler authored
      Additionally, this change introduces a M_CHARCONV state flag which
      gives us some more control about when character set conversions are
      actually done.  Current versions of mutt would happily apply
      character set conversions when, e.g., saving a text/plain attachment
      to a file.  (We had at least one corrupt russing translation file
      due to this mis-feature.)
      
      Additionally, we clean up some of the character set related code in
      handler.c.  Most of that is now done by the decoder functions in
      charset.c.
      be3b5397
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    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      From Byrial: · 2746247d
      Thomas Roessler authored
      I don't think that the match-all pattern modifier works as can be
      expected from a logical point of view.
      
      The attached patch will make it work as I expect it to work:
      
        - It works on all patterns which explicit or implicit use address
          lists: ~c, ~C, ~e, ~f, ~l, ~L, ~p, ~P, and ~t. (It didn't work
          with ~l before).
      
        - It works such that a modified pattern always match, unless there
          is at least one address in at least one of the referenced lists
          that it doesn't match.
      2746247d
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    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      When entering a 'set' command on the command-line, · 3d99b525
      Thomas Roessler authored
      pressing TAB after string_var= will insert the current
      value of that variable. Note that this works only for
      variables of type 'string'.
      
      Also fixes the following buglets in command-completion:
      
       1. doesnt work if you started the command-line with
       whitespace
      
       2. Seems to think that 'Set', 'ReSeT', etc are valid
       commands (since it checks for 'strcasecmp' instead of
       'strcmp' when completing the variable names Also fixes
       the following buglets in command-completion:
      
      (From: Vikas Agnihotri <VikasA@att.com>)
      3d99b525
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