[lcdproc] FW: version 0.4/0.5?
William W. Ferrell
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 08:45:12 -0700
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> On Thu, 22 Mar 2001, William W. Ferrell wrote:
> > Ugh. Either I'm misunderstanding this or I don't have a message with
> > that ID (I searched message bodies for that in mutt -- is that correct?)
> The message ID is in the header (you can search for a msg id with
> mutt. If I remeber it right it's: '/~i ID' where ID is the part in < >).
Ding! That did the trick, thanks! A couple of "loose ends" just tied
together and made sense just now -- Debian's "aptitude" searches like
that, and I now recall its docs saying it was inspired by mutt :)
> > > Is here any documention about 0.5 available ?
> > Not yet. I've misplaced what little I've written, but it's buried on my
> > notebook somewhere; I'll find it tonight.
> Ok, that would be nice. So we can talk based on this doc and not on your
> brain :)
Hehehe yeah. My brain's about as reliable as a 1-year old Imation floppy
disk waved over a magnet a few times between every read :)
I still haven't found the damned document, though, so I might just start
over based on the mailing list's activity for the past few months (I
hadn't gotten too far on the docs anyway, and much of it's out of date
William W. Ferrell, Senior System Administrator, Global Crossing Ltd.
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