Re: [Evolution-hackers] [Old Version 2.28] Tasks: Prevent Ctrl-X in search box to accidentally delete tasks, For what it's worth: My comprehensive set of patches for ancient 2.28

Am Montag, den 19.08.2013, 11:05 +0200 schrieb Thomas Mittelstaedt:
Am Montag, den 19.08.2013, 07:51 +0200 schrieb Milan Crha:
On Fri, 2013-08-16 at 22:50 +0200, Thomas Mittelstaedt wrote:
I don't know if this works cleanly in the newest versions. But in my
ancient version, doing a search by entering a term in the search box, 
selecting a piece of text of that search string and hitting Ctrl-x would
result in the currently selected task to be deleted. And Ctrl-v would
not bring it back. I inserted a little crutch in my old version to 
simply disable the cut command and that worked. See attached diff.

as I replied to one of your previous emails, please use bugzilla for
issues and patches, the mailing list is not a place where these should
be added, at least not for evolution-hackers.

All right, Milan. I created an enhancement bug report at

And to quote from that report:

For what it's worth: My comprehensive set of patches for ancient 2.28
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[reply] [-] Description Thomas [reporter] 2013-08-19 09:02:07 UTC 
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Set of patches

Just for completeness: I have reached a very nice level of stability and user
satisfaction with this old, ancient version of evolution, which I use on
an ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) box.
Over time I applied several patches, fixes of simple safety checks in response
to crashes to this version and I thought, I upload it as an enhancement bug
report, if somebody may be interested.
I use a Software called stacked git (stg) to apply these series of patches.
Naming convention of these patches is issue_<number>_... . This hints at a
concrete bug report in bugzilla and should be reachable with the following url:<number>.
I also uploaded my build script and the script I use to run the application.


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