Boris 'pi' Piwinger
3.14 at logic.univie.ac.at
Mon Jan 5 08:32:47 EST 2004
David Relson wrote:
> '-M' is useful when scoring mailboxes.
But scoring without -M on mboxes is never useful. So why not
let it happen automatically?
> That it's not needed when
> registering messages from mailbox _is_ an anomaly.
I don't understand. Why is that an anomaly? And if so, why
is it autodetected?
>> >> So what to do? I don't know how autodetection is done, but
>> >> it works, so it should also work for -v and -T (-t, -TT).
>> >> BTW: -t could also go completely.
>> > '-t' is eye candy. It provides a terse mode of output whose format
>> > can be controlled. See "terse_format" in bogofilter.cv.example
>> I know that. But I think this is one of the options which
>> could go without loosing any functionality. If you really
>> want controlled output, -v already produces that.
> A bad choice of words on my part. "Customized" is more accurate.
Still, you can do it for -v, why do we need two different
customized messages -t and -v?
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