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Re: "Lock count exceeded" in mutt
* Corinna Vinschen <email@example.com> [010405 23:34]:
> On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 05:59:11PM +0900, Madoka Machitani wrote:
> > FYI. I'm running fetchmail, procmail and mutt, all of which compiled
> > almost OOTB under Cygwin 1.1.8. OS is Win98 with FAT32 partition.
> Are you interested to become the maintainer for the Cygwin versions
> of fetchmail, procmail and mutt? I would like to put your versions
> (just checked for a correct directory configuration) into the Cygwin
What a great offer! I've never dreamt of that.
To tell the truth, however, I'm not a programmer, I'm quite new to
Cygwin, and I've had no exposure to the UNIX environment at all (NT
eigher.) So I it might be a difficult thing.
> > As for Mutt, problems around permissions were solved by excluding dotlock
> > related things:
> > (1) Comment out these two lines.
> > #define USE_DOTLOCK 1
> > #define DL_STANDALONE 1
> > ("./configure --disable-external_dotlock" doesn't seem to undef them.)
> You could change that in configure.in. Shouldn't be too hard.
> > (2) Remove every occurence of "mutt_dotlock", "dotlock.c",
> > "$(mutt_dotlock_SOURCES)", "$(mutt_dotlock_OBJECTS)" from Makefile.
Another problem is, I don't know anything about the language used in
But I'll give it a try. I'll go to my Univ's library tomorrow. If all
seems to go well, I'll send a report to this list.
Madoka Machitani <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan. Faculty of Letters
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