[Users] Including filter/processing rules
claws-mail at fy3.co.uk
Mon Feb 22 19:07:22 CET 2016
Hi Gals and Guys,
Meanwhile back at the script (Perl script to be exact).
I believe I have found the problem;
This is a perl rule that runs, has no errors and it does something when I run it against a mailbox folder with a few messages in:
(matchcase(subject 'APR Card Search') && (mark_as_read));
What would you expect that rule to do when two or three messages, out of 15. some 'read', some 'unread', in the folder have that exact subject??
On Sun, 7 Feb 2016 20:05:24 +0100
Ricardo Mones <ricardo at mones.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Feb 2016 18:32:12 +0000
> Chris Hirst <claws-mail at fy3.co.uk> wrote:
> > hi ,
> > no actual errors just a compiler warning;
> > output from ./configure;
> > >> checking whether to build python plugin... no
> > >> configure: WARNING: "Plugin python will not be built; missing
> > >> python "
> That's late on the configure process, it must be other references to
> python checks before that. Can you post them?
> > Now I know python is installed correctly as I can run python
> > scripts, other applications that are written in, or use Python as
> > 'plugins' or 'extensions' work correctly, Calibre ('e'book reader),
> > qbittorrent search for example.
> > Python has been built from source (2.7.11 & 3.5.1) with no
> > configuration predicates to remove modules as I never know what I
> > may be asked to do by anyone.
> That only tells me that you have python interpreter binary in PATH,
> though I don't know how those programs work, so I could be wrong.
> For building python module you need the shared python library to be
> dlopen-able (IOW, the installation path included in ld configuration
> and cache updated) and python-config also in PATH, see configure.ac
> for the details.
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