Re: new imap stuff.

On Tue, Aug 29, 2000 at 07:50:19PM +0200, Pawel Salek wrote:
> Hello,
> I just would like to announce that _theoretically_ balsa has now support
> for fancy IMAP authentiation/encryption methods like CRAM-MD5, SSL, GSS
> at mutt-1.2.5i level. I haven't really tested it (just verified basic
> functionality) but it is available for testing.
> I have also one question, and one suggestion.
> 1. first, libimap and libmutt are mutually dependent. I had to put
> something as follows int src/
> 	$(top_builddir)/libbalsa/libbalsa.a	\
> 	$(top_builddir)/libmutt/imap/libimap.a	\
> 	$(top_builddir)/libmutt/libmutt.a	\
> 	$(top_builddir)/libmutt/imap/libimap.a	\
> 	$(top_builddir)/libmutt/libmutt.a	\
> 	$(top_builddir)/libinit_balsa/libinit_balsa.a \
> which is an overkill. How can one simplify it?
make libimap.a part of libmutt.a :)

> 2. I have noticed that mutt code uses extensively mutt_message. Present
> impplementation of mutt_message() in libbalsa/libbalsa.c is not very
> practical, I wonder what is the best way of implementing it: setting the
> status line, popping up a message box (I'd rather hate the second option)?
mutt_message()s go to the mutt pseudo-status-line-curses-hack right ?
seems reasonable for balsa too :)


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