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Re: Sharing gnus between 2 machines

From: Teemu Likonen
Subject: Re: Sharing gnus between 2 machines
Date: Thu, 04 Jul 2013 09:13:44 +0300
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

Julien Cubizolles [2013-07-03 22:57:54 +02:00] wrote:

> Teemu Likonen <> writes:
>> I sync Emacs and Gnus files between two computers too, with Unison.
>> It works nicely but I avoid editing mail files in both locations at
>> the same time.
> Would you mind sending me the relevant parts of your .gnus.elĀ ?

I synchronize most of my Emacs files with Unison which is packaged in
Debian GNU/Linux 7.

You had some registry problems which I probably can't help with. I use
registry with these settings:

     spam-log-to-registry t
     gnus-registry-max-entries 10000
     gnus-registry-track-extra nil
     gnus-refer-article-method '(current (nnregistry)))


And here are the relevant settings of my Unison configuration file. I
have all my Emacs initialization files inside ~/.emacs.d directory.

    ignore = Name #*#
    ignore = Name *~
    ignore = Name .#*
    ignore = Name .*~
    ignore = Path .emacs.d/auto-save-list
    ignore = Path .emacs.d/bookmarks
    ignore = Path .emacs.d/tramp
    path = .authinfo.gpg
    path = .emacs.d
    path = .mailrc
    path = .twittering-mode.gpg
    path = Mail
    path = News

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