Re: [Evolution-hackers] CamelMessageInfoBase level "dirty" flag somewhere?

There's a flag CAMEL_MESSAGE_FOLDER_FLAGGED - if set, it means that
particular message-info is dirty.

As far as figiuring out which particular flags changed, you can add a
"server_flags" variable to your own implementation's CamelMessageInfo
and then diff those flags from the CamelMessageInfoBase.flags.


On Thu, 2006-03-02 at 11:13 +0100, Jules Colding wrote:
> Hi,
> I am implementing camel_folder_sync().
> It would be really nice to know, when loping over the message summaries,
> if a summary has changed since it was loaded.
> Imagine that the CAMEL_MESSAGE_FLAGGED flag has been set by the user in
> "CamelMessageInfoBase.flags". Is there any way for my provider to detect
> if that flag has been set by the user or must a poll the server-side
> message to detect any changes?
> Likewise for other flags. Changes to message flags since the last
> summary load should be detectable by the provider for performance
> reasons. A "message_info_dirty" somewhere would be nice.
> Is there a way to achieve that?
> Thanks,
>   jules
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