On Tue, Apr 24, 2001 at 10:32:43AM -0500, will trillich wrote: > [ ... about fiddling with mutt to get fancy signatures ...] What I'd really like (and implement if I had the time) is for mutt to have an option to check on startup if .signature is a pipe, and if so to write into it the header of the email before reading the sig (mutt has some idea of to:, cc:, and subject: headers *before* reading the sig). Thus a small modification of the one sig program makes it spew content-specific signatures :) hmm. take that back. If I have to open .signature O_RDWR the select() call goes crazy :(. Ok, so have two pipes, a .signature-ctl and a .signature, and have mutt check in... erm... ...have a listener on port N... ...on a central server.... ...connected to a postgres database. Ok, so this has gotten out of hand. More coffee, please. -- John Lenton (email@example.com) -- Random fortune: Hoje eu tentei desenhar minha própria sombra. Não consegui! :( Meu braço não parava de se mexer...
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