[ANN] sup 0.0.5 Released

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by William Morgan, Jan 6, 2007.

  1. Summary: bugfixes, and a user's guide. Also on the web:
    http://sup.rubyforge.org/UserGuide.txt

    sup version 0.0.5 has been released!

    http://sup.rubyforge.org

    Sup is a console-based email client that combines the best
    features of GMail, mutt, and emacs. Sup matches the power of GMail
    with the speed and simplicity of a console interface.

    Sup makes it easy to:
    - Handle massive amounts of email.

    - Mix email from different sources: mbox files (even across
    different machines), IMAP folders, POP accounts, and GMail
    accounts.

    Changes:

    == 0.0.5 / 2007-01-05

    * More bugfixes, primarily for IMAP.
    * doc/UserGuide.txt

    http://sup.rubyforge.org

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    William <>
    William Morgan, Jan 6, 2007
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  2. * William Morgan <> [06.01.2007]:

    > sup version 0.0.5 has been released!
    >
    > http://sup.rubyforge.org


    Great!

    One question: Do you plan support for the maildir format (in addition to
    mbox files)?


    Cheers,

    Steph.
    Stephan Mueller, Jan 6, 2007
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  3. Excerpts from Stephan Mueller's message of Sat Jan 06 01:40:01 -0800 2007:
    > One question: Do you plan support for the maildir format (in addition
    > to mbox files)?


    I do plan to, but as I don't use maildir myself, there are other things
    I'll probably focus on first.

    But adding a new source type to Sup is pretty easy (you only have to
    support getting messages, basically), so patches are welcome! See the
    comments at the top of lib/sup/source.rb for how to get started.

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    William Morgan, Jan 6, 2007
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  4. * William Morgan <> [06.01.2007]:

    > But adding a new source type to Sup is pretty easy (you only have to
    > support getting messages, basically), so patches are welcome! See the
    > comments at the top of lib/sup/source.rb for how to get started.


    Okay, thanks. Will give it a try.


    Cheers,

    Steph.
    Stephan Mueller, Jan 6, 2007
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    On 06.01.2007, at 06:50, William Morgan wrote:
    > sup version 0.0.5 has been released!
    >
    > http://sup.rubyforge.org




    Hi all!

    I am fairly new to this list (and to ruby) and I have tried to =20
    install sup using 'gem install sup' on a MacBook Pro. It's not the =20
    Tiger ruby version I am using (which is 1.8.2), rather the one =20
    installed by darwinports (1.8.5), but I don't think that matters really.

    sup and all the dependencies installs fine, without any trouble (as =20
    root), but starting it shows this:

    elstar:~ abonhote$ sup
    /opt/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/sup-0.0.6/lib/sup/buffer.rb:45: =20
    warning: already initialized constant KEY_CANCEL
    [Sat Jan 06 23:01:23 +0100 2007] loading index...
    [Sat Jan 06 23:01:23 +0100 2007] loaded index of 0 messages
    [Sat Jan 06 23:01:23 +0100 2007] starting curses
    Error opening terminal: xterm-color.

    I have tried several other values for TERM, like xterm, vt100, even =20
    linux, but nothing works.

    What's up here? Any hints? Unfortunately, there's nothing about this =20
    on the website.

    TIA

    Andr=E9

    PS: I am a fairly experienced Perl, Java and PL/SQL programmer, but =20
    the way ruby works is a hell lot more exciting :)





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    Bonhôte André, Jan 6, 2007
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  6. * Bonhôte André <> [06.01.2007]:

    > elstar:~ abonhote$ sup
    > /opt/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/sup-0.0.6/lib/sup/buffer.rb:45: warning: already initialized constant KEY_CANCEL
    > [Sat Jan 06 23:01:23 +0100 2007] loading index...
    > [Sat Jan 06 23:01:23 +0100 2007] loaded index of 0 messages
    > [Sat Jan 06 23:01:23 +0100 2007] starting curses
    > Error opening terminal: xterm-color.
    >
    > I have tried several other values for TERM, like xterm, vt100, even linux, but nothing works.


    without having a mac around: what happens if you do

    export TERM=xterm-color

    ?

    Cheers,

    Steph.
    Stephan Mueller, Jan 7, 2007
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    Hi Stephan

    On 07.01.2007, at 14:44, Stephan Mueller wrote:

    >> I have tried several other values for TERM, like xterm, vt100, =20
    >> even linux, but nothing works.

    >
    > without having a mac around: what happens if you do
    >
    > export TERM=3Dxterm-color


    That's the default :)

    Cheers

    Andr=E9





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    Bonhôte André, Jan 7, 2007
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  8. Excerpts from =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bonh=F4te_Andr=E9?='s message of Sat Jan 06 14:11:17 -0800 2007:
    > Error opening terminal: xterm-color.


    This means ncurses can't find your terminfo database. I don't know the
    specifics for MacOS, but you probably need to install some kind of
    package with the word "ncurses", "termcap" or "terminfo" in the name.
    Maybe someone else knows more...

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    William Morgan, Jan 7, 2007
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  9. Hi William

    On 07.01.2007, at 18:19, William Morgan wrote:
    > This means ncurses can't find your terminfo database. I don't know the
    > specifics for MacOS, but you probably need to install some kind of
    > package with the word "ncurses", "termcap" or "terminfo" in the name.
    > Maybe someone else knows more...


    Super, good hint! I have installed the ncursesw package, now it works!

    Thanks a lot!

    Andr=E9=
    Bonhôte André, Jan 7, 2007
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