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Re: Emacs trunk and Gnus master are fully sync'd now

From: Giorgos Keramidas
Subject: Re: Emacs trunk and Gnus master are fully sync'd now
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 19:15:39 +0200

Hi David,

No you are not missing an update. I just didn't have enough time to
upgrade to the latest trunk until this afternoon. Now that I did, I noticed
that saving the .newsrc at least *once* with the new Emacs snapshot
fixed the problem.  I have more than 120 labels in Gmail, with a lot of
filters, so after your proposed fix only 4-5 of them went through the
'initial sync' phase every time. After saving a new .newsrc.eld from
inside Emacs-trunk everything looks sane again.

Now my *Messages* buffer shows at startup:

    No new newsgroups
    Checking new news...
    nnimap read 0k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 27k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 42k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 66k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 85k from imap.gmail.com [2 times]
    nnimap read 90k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 112k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 135k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 145k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 146k from imap.gmail.com
    nnimap read 153k from imap.gmail.com [2 times]
    nnimap read 157k from imap.gmail.com [4 times]
    Reading active file via nndraft...done
    Checking new news...done

IMO 157K is quite alright for upwards of 100+ groups/labels.

On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 6:55 PM, David Engster <address@hidden> wrote:
> Giorgos Keramidas writes:
>> I think I have more data which may be useful.
>> When I start Gnus from the Emacs trunk with the patch by David to show
>> why a group is resynchronized, I can see that some groups like INBOX with
>> no unread messages are sync'ed every time.
> Maybe I did miss some update from you, but I'm a bit puzzled as to what
> problems you are still experiencing.
> Do you still have the problem that *all* groups are re-synced upon
> startup? Or does it only happen for some groups?
>> Typing 's' at the *Group* buffer doesn't save anything, but if I type
>> 'M-x gnus-group-save-newsrc' a new .newsrc.eld file is created, and
>> the groups do _not_ go through an initial sync afterwards.
> This must be a coincidence, because pressing 's' in the group buffer or
> doing 'M-x gnus-group-save-newsrc' does not make any difference.
> -David

Giorgos Keramidas; address@hidden

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