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Re: xdg-email vs browse-url-mail

From: Kevin Brubeck Unhammer
Subject: Re: xdg-email vs browse-url-mail
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2016 10:10:55 +0200
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Dmitry Alexandrov <> čálii:

> Kevin Brubeck Unhammer <> writes:


>>> The former seems to be the only way if we want to use xdg-email(1),
>>> since it requires that argument of ‘--attach’ should be existing file,
>>> not an arbitrary string and in particular not a comma separated list of
>>> files.
>>> $ xdg-email --attach hfsdg
>>> xdg-email: file 'hfsdg' does not exist
>> Not necessarily; xdg-email could turn multiple --attach arguments into a
>> single delimiter-separated list of file paths.
> But it does not.  Or did I miss something?

It does not, I was speaking hypothetically (sorry for the late reply,
been on vacation).


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