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SubjectRe: recommended mail clients
2005/12/27, Lee Revell <rlrevell@joe-job.com>:
> On Mon, 2005-12-26 at 20:28 +0200, Jaco Kroon wrote:
> > I've looked at a few clients and it seems I'm stuck with mozilla for
> > at least a while. Whilst probably the buggiest client there is it
> > does look like it's the best suited for what I want. I might switch
> > to FireFox (which iirc does have an "insert file" feature - which
> > might also solve this problem).
> >
> > For the moment though I'm quickly hacking together a bash script that
> > wraps the sendmail binary that can be used specifically for submitting
> > patches
>
> I am amused at how many people are not scared of kernel hacking but will
> go to great lengths to avoid looking at the Mozilla code :-)


To me, looking at Mozilla code means a lot. I'm too lazy to dig into
gtk and glib. But kernel code is quite straightforward.

-- Coywolf


>
> IMHO "Insert File" is suboptimal, it's better to make C&P work right.
>
> Lee
>

--
Coywolf Qi Hunt
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