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|#550||fixed||mention the used filter in the logfile||tboeckel||opiopi|
Today i filter my incoming mails and some of them was moved to a wrong folder. I seach which filter do the wrong movement but the log say nothing about the used filter Therefore it would be very helpful if YAM could write the used filter into the logfile. now such logfile line is e.g.: 1 Nachricht(en) aus dem Postfach 'Eingang' nach 'xxx' verschoben and could be: 1 Nachricht(en) aus dem Postfach 'Eingang' mittels Filter 'xyz' nach 'xxx' verschoben
|#549||fixed||Installation script error||damato||sebastian@…|
In the installation script of Polish version there is an error.
In line 124 there is a missing "w" letter.
There is: (set #no_way_back_ arning (cat "OSTRZEZENIE!!\n"
Should be (missing letter is bolded): (set #no_way_back_warning (cat "OSTRZEZENIE!!\n"
|#548||fixed||Make sure to flush a catalog from memory in case old version is found.||tboeckel||damato|
Right after the release of YAM 2.9p1 we received numerous false positive bug reports (see #546) regarding incorrectly shipped catalog versions. However, the main fault here was that people simple forgot and even overlooked the fact that they have to reboot their systems for the catalog to be wiped from memory and reread from disks. It would therefore be a good idea to investigate if there are possibilities to flush such an old version of a catalog file from memory in case it is found.
As it stands we probably have the following theoretical solutions for the problem:
1) Find a way to actually flush a catalog file from memory. In principle this should be the same like flushing a library from memory which we also already partly do for old mcc versions in YAM.c 2) Enhance the warning/error message to actually try to load the catalog file from disk for checking the actual version and suggesting to reboot the machine to get the catalog flushed. 3) Enhance the Install-YAM installer script to actually force a reboot after an successful installation.
Optimally YAM should implement option (1) for flushing a catalog from memory in case an old version is found. However, it has to be investigated if that is actually possible or if this might bring up other problems.