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Re: 23.0.60; RMAIL reading of mail file

From: jpff
Subject: Re: 23.0.60; RMAIL reading of mail file
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 12:17:23 +0000

Sorry for  delay -- your IP address in the the abuse list and so was
filed as junk
X-Warning: is listed at rbl-plus.mail-abuse.ja.net

>>   I wonder, how much RAM do you have on this system?


When I was tracing the operation what I notices was that it has found
a \033 character, and that triggered a call to detect_coding_iso_2022
on line 7379 on src/coding.c
  The detect_coding_iso_2022 looks at all the remaining characters of
the file as far as i could see, via
    ONE_MORE_BYTE (c);
      switch (c)

That seemed to get almost to the end of the file (end?) and then
return.  The main scan started again until the next \033 when the
whole procedure was repeated, scanning to the end.

I can confirm that the 118mins is repeatable, and emacs 22 did the
same in 8secs

You can have my RMAIL file if necessary -- not sure there is much
sensitive in it.  Or I could send snapshot values from gdb

BTW do you work on rmail in general? There is a long standing bug
with reading mail from two places in the the same g command

==John ffitch

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