Re: New camel-lite API, that isn't yet usable

I noticed that you need to "make distclean" the camel-lite directory to
get this to correctly link, also remove your installation directory.

Blame libtool etc, not me


On Mon, 2007-01-22 at 20:33 +0100, Philip Van Hoof wrote:
> I committed a new camel-lite API, that should not yet be used (and isn't
> unless you start using it).
> I commented-out the code that would otherwise run it (say it would
> actually work, like maybe in a few weeks).
> That new API is camel_store_get_recent_messages
> It returns the latest CamelMessageInfo instances in a GPtrArray (the
> recently added ones). Among the things that this needs is file locking
> the status file (it's a new file that will be created in the folder's
> cache directory case this functionality is used).
> It also needs a clean way to share the IMAP connection to do background
> things. Possibly a two-task queue where one task has a always priority
> and this new task has a always-no-priority (unless in idle).
> Basically, it needs a few clever minds to thing about certain thingies.
> Or it needs a second connection with the IMAP service (which I see as a
> lesser solution, as multiple connections aren't always a very good idea
> on certain mobile networks).
> Anyway .. I commented out the running of defect code, other than that ..
> it's in trunk.
Philip Van Hoof, software developer
home: me at pvanhoof dot be 
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