Re: [hypermail] anchors don't have leading zero

From: Zvi Har'El <>
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 17:54:47 +0200
Message-ID: <>


The point is that the 2.1.6 behaviour was to use the call only in the case set_indextable is false. Otherwise email->msgnum was used directly. I don't know about the latter case, since I have not tested it. But I am sure that in the former case, the '<a href=..>' tags which should match the '<a name=' tags I am talking about are generated by the fprint_menu0 in print.c:280, and it certainly uses the raw email->msgnum and prints it in a %d format. If the anchors are generated using massage_name(), the links should be similarly generated! Also, the case I was discussing was only the thread index, so if you change the way fprint_menu0 is working, you should start worry about the other types of indices.



On Wed, 29 Jan 2003 14:21:50 +0100, Jose Kahan wrote about "Re: [hypermail] anchors don't have leading zero":
> Hi,
> This patch removed the call to the hashed msgid num. The patch
> should have been applied to message_name().
> If using the hashed msgid num is something you don't want, let's remove
> it completely!
> Otherwise, we get into a never-ending loop of changes that keep coming
> back.
> -jose
> On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 09:24:13AM -0800, Peter C. McCluskey wrote:
> > ("Zvi Har'El") writes:
> > >I identified the culprit, in threadprint.c . The patch is:
> >
> > Thanks. I've committed this patch.

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