2008-09-06 attila <email@example.com> * flail0.pl: Pulled in lost wordification code from a source tree that was dead in SVN - switched to GIT at some point and did not merge changes. This mod adds the ability to enter multiple commands on a single line/alias separated by semicolons. Uses Text::Balanced and a couple helper subs. 2008-08-05 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail0.pl: A lot has happened, but still under the flail0 regime. Fixed some constants, added SMTP AUTH fu, added /noheader and /nosep options to cat, added flail_emit(), added flail_pipe(), added /debug and /verbose options to send_internal, fixed "help brief", made flail_defcmd1() overwrite existing commands so we can reconf with sane results, updated POD a bit, updated stuff in eg/ 2006-11-11 attila <email@example.com> * flail (parse_range): Added support for -label syntax in parse_range, and added calls to parse_range in a couple places (flail_copy). This means you can now do: ls -marked, mv -marked foldername, etc. (flail_help): Use args like regexps over the keys of %COMMANDs if they are not exact matches. Add documentation for range expression extensions to the POD * dot.flailrc: Some more code for eg/ to e.g. invert selections, etc. 2006-10-05 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Started using changelog again. * flail: hack addressbook_lookup to favor exact matches 2000-12-18 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Force Mail::POP3Client to do AUTH_MODE => "PASS" 2000-12-18 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail: Added missing waitpid() call to avoid creating umpteen zombies Some other silly fixes. 2000-12-02 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Added support for non-selfsigned keys because a friend insists on using an old PGP 2.6 key that isn't self-signed. I don't know why, but it actually lets me deal a little better with gpg anyway, when there are errors. Made GPG interaction generally more fault-tolerant. 2000-11-06 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * install.pl: Wrote an installer. Seems to work under BSD and Linux, have not tried it on other Unix systems. Packaged up the modules we need in perl-modules and readline-4.1 * flail: Lots of bug fixes. This is 0.1.22 2000-08-04 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Bug fixes galore, extended gpg_op() to handle decryption as well as encryption and signing, added built-in decrypt command to invoke it properly. This is 0.1.19 [0.1.18 was what I've been using since the middle of July]. 2000-07-04 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail (call_editor): Switched to Proc::SyncExec and fixed the problem with using gnuedit [TMPDIR was set incorrectly]. This is 0.1.17. 2000-07-02 attila <email@example.com> * flail (gpg_op): Made it so that our idea of which GPG home dir to use can be based on the entire email address, not just the user name; I need this because firstname.lastname@example.org has a different keypair from email@example.com. Fixed send/draft so that a couple headers [Mail-From and Status] get deleted before you edit the message, because they make no sense in that context. This is 0.1.16. 2000-06-26 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail (filter_addresses): Fixed stupid bug that was adding spurious, empty headers. 2000-06-25 attila <email@example.com> * flail (gpg_op): Implemented gpg_op using PGP::GPG::MessageProcessor and SecretPipe's for storing your passphrase [which you can set in .flailrc which should be stored in an encrypted filesystem]. This means you don't have to type your passphrase all the time, and is also just cleaner [you can always use pgp2 the old way with : from the composer]. Also cleaned up address handling everywhere using headaddrs() so address lists with commas in them work the way you'd expect them to now. First cut at a "drafts" folder functionality, which works, but sort of strangely at the moment. This is 0.1.15. 2000-05-23 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail (send_internal): Added support for Bcc and Fcc, and for multiple comma-separated addresses in a single To, Cc or Bcc header. If you Fcc to the special Fcc folder ".", that's just like Fcc'ing to the default folder [which is usually a computed name based on the month and year]. So, you can say: To: a@b, c@d Bcc: e@f Fcc: sekret, . And the message will have three recipients, one of them blind, and be Fcc'ed to two folders. This is 0.1.14. 2000-05-19 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Fixed slash-style command option processing when there are quoted strings as arguments to options, e.g. you can now do flail> send/subject:"a string with spaces" firstname.lastname@example.org and the right thing happens. Also added a -c option to suppress queries for Cc addresses, and a -p option to pipe from stdin for sending mail, so you can use flail as a replacement for /bin/mail by doing something like: $ flail -1pq send/subject:'"whatever it is"' email@example.com < file note the stupid quoting to deal with the shell. This is 0.1.13. 2000-04-19 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail: Lots of bug fixes and patches, thanks to some early beta-testers. Packaging up with all of the modules you need. This is 0.1.12. I've been using this for all my mail-reading for months now. 2000-03-16 attila <email@example.com> * flail (prompt_str): added support for prompt hook and extended the default prompt with the from and subject fields of the msg 2000-03-02 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail: Added opthash parsing. Now, any command can take old DEC-style options, i.e. flail> send/as:email@example.com/verbose will call flail_send with $OPT bound to a hash that maps as => firstname.lastname@example.org and verbose => 1. Added support to flail_send to let you send as some identity of yours. 2000-03-01 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Greatly extended send_internal's command set. Added built-in commands to attach a .sig, sign cryptographically and encrypt+sign [by default with gpg, but you can customize via .flailrc]. Added the ability to give multiple composer actions in one shot. Added the ability to invoke an arbitrary piece of perl code on your message from the composer. Added a real help message. Also wrote the .sig code, cleaned up a couple of things. 2000-02-29 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail (print_paged_line): Fixed the stupid bug in the pager. Man, was that dumb. 2000-02-27 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Fixed some scoping problems wrt $RCFile; I don't actually know the "right" way to do this now, so "use strict" will just have to wait, because my "solution" violates strict. Still have some issues with hooks that need to be fixed. This is 0.1.9. We really are starting to get into release territory now. 2000-02-26 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail: Added hook functionality, specifically for filtering new messages. By default, new messages get labeled as "new", and any hooks defined on that label get run immediately after slurping mail over from the server. The "new" label gets cleared automatically afterwards, so it's only visible to the hooks. Implemented primitive but effective anti-spam measures in my .flailrc using hooks. This is 0.1.8. 2000-02-24 attila <email@example.com> * flail: Added ranges to map and a few other commands. Cleaned up some more stupid stuff. Fixed y2k foolishness in ls output. 2000-02-23 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail: Busy day. Interrupts now do the right thing most of the time, as does "die" from in the bowels of flail code and extension subs. The addressbook now has a "take" function. There should be fewer random exits without an error message. * SecretPipe.pm: Fixed the stupid bug that was keeping this from working more than once [hint: local *A, *B does not mean what I thought it did]. * flail: Added address book functionality, including LDIF import. Fixed a few stupid bugs. Made map and unmark more general. Most interesting extensions now make use of the map command; specifically, the "cur" and "all" labels. 2000-02-21 attila <email@example.com> * flail (flail_map): Added "all" keyword to map command. Made mapping anonymous bits of code over messages actually work. Fixed some bugs. This is 0.1.5 1999-12-20 attila <firstname.lastname@example.org> * flail: First change-log entry. This is a fully functioning version. It needs a lot of work, but I read all my mail with it now.