[Alpine-info] What's wrong with this sorting filter???
jtwdyp at ttlc.net
Mon Feb 16 22:30:26 PST 2009
I very carefully selected:
"(*) Specific (Enter Incoming Nicknames or use ^T)"
And then used ^T to add some nicknames for incoming folders I had been
habitually doing a "$h" to... All of the folders I listed are actually
local mbox format folders I "save" to from gmane mirrors of various
mailing lists. These are of course the ones that it makes sense to
always view in threaded mode...
# Patterns and their actions are stored here.
patterns-other=LIT:pattern="/NICK=Other Rule sort local list folders $h/FLDTYPE=SPEC/FOLDER=Enlightenment,KDE-linux,cupStuff,LyXstuff,pine.now,OpenSuSEuser,KubuntUser" action="/OTHER=1/SORT=tHread"
What actually happens though is every single local folder I have is
getting sorted. It doesn't automatically sort the actual newsgroup
folders on gmane's mirrors. But it does sort every single local mbox
folder I open. Not just the ones I listed in the filter.
I get that result from this filter regardless of whether I'm using the
old pine 4.64 on my Sabayon Linux 3.5, alpine 1.10 on OpenSuSE 11.0,
or alpine 2,0 on Kubuntu 8.10.
Like the "Subject:" asks, whats wrong with my filter????
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