Fwd: Re: elm on linux.cactus.org
This is from an elm user on one of many systems which I administer. Can you
work from this description, or do we need to submit a 'formal' report?
Status: install ok installed
Maintainer: Debian QA Group <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: elm on linux.cactus.org
CC: Lindsay Haisley <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
Correction. The following error occurs just before sending,
when I try to remove the string in "In Reply to:" by
putting in a space and pressing enter. The original mail
(ie whose ID string I was removing so I wouldn't have to
type the reply address for a new subject) originated on
hotmail.com at least in the instance today; the earlier
instance was from yahoo.com;
> If I find something I will post.
> Also have seen this for the second time this week:
> STRING PANIC: Index out of array
> STRING PANIC in cs_binary.c:1043:cs_give_unicode_from_ascii
> >>>Index out of array
> Emergency exit taken! All temp files intact!
> This happens at the time of hitting the key for send, though the
> composed email can then be recovered from the /tmp/snd.nnnnnn file.
> > All the software on the box was brought up to Debian's current "testing"
> > level last week. This may well have included elm. I had thought that
> > development of elm was no longer taking place, but apparently this is new.
> > I can't help you on this. If you find a solution, please post it to me and
> > I'll include it in next month's newsletter.
> > Thus spake email@example.com on Fri, Nov 22, 2002 at 09:34:59AM CST
> > >
> > >
> > > Someone updated elm on linux.cacuts.org about a week ago.
> > > (I hope it was the designated sysadmin). Anyway does
> > > anyone know if that is the reason why suddenly the html
> > > in the incoming mail is being interpreted and if so
> > > what is the configuration (elmrc) setting to stop
> > > the interpretation of HTML? Or is it RTFM time...
> > >
> > > I currently pipe to "more" to achieve that result and
> > > the display viewer for individual messages can probably
> > > be changed from the current "builtin++" to something
> > > else, but is there some other config file option to
> > > revert to previous behavior?
> > >
> > > A preliminary search of documentation on the web did
> > > not turn up anything obvious.
> > >
> > > M.H.
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