|Subject:||bug#31525: 26.0.91; rmail|
|Date:||Sat, 19 May 2018 15:23:43 +0000|
Hi Eli, yes you are right, using 'emacs -Q' solves the problem (sorry about not trying this first), so now i'll track down what's wrong with my .emacs file to break 'set-rmail-inbox-list'.
From: Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden>
Sent: Saturday, May 19, 2018 1:23:41 AM
To: Jeffrey Sondeen
Subject: Re: bug#31525: 26.0.91; rmail
> Date: Fri, 18 May 2018 14:31:32 -0700
> From: Jeff Sondeen <address@hidden>
> Hi, I'm using M-x rmail, but having trouble with the 'set-rmail-inbox-list'
> command. While i can successfully do:
> (rmail "~/RMAIL.180517")
> (rmail-summary-get-new-mail "~/mbox")
> when i'm in the emacs window with 'RMAIL major mode' and type: M-x
> and it prompts:
> Set mailbox list to (comma-separated list of filenames):
> and i type:
> i get the following error:
> set-rmail-inbox-list: Wrong type argument: sequencep, 109
I cannot reproduce this, neither in the 26.0.91 pretest nor with the
more recent RC1.
Does this happen in "emacs -Q"? If not, perhaps your recipe lacks a
few steps that your customizations add to the puzzle?
> Note that the command requires me to be in the window with 'RMAIL
> major mode', not allowing typing it in a window with 'RMAIL Summary
> mode' (minor gripe)
That's by design. We could perhaps allow this also in the Summary
buffer, but let's first fix the original problem, okay?
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