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Re: Printing a file in Cygwin
Hi, Duke. Sorry that I'm responding a bit late. Maybe you've got your
own solution so far?
* Duke Normandin <firstname.lastname@example.org> [010419 01:49]:
> On Tue, Apr 17, 2001 at 08:49:53PM +0900, Madoka Machitani wrote:
> > * Duke Normandin <email@example.com> [010417 16:38]:
> > > Tried to print out a message from Mutt, but got:
> > How about this DOS command? It should work on Cygwin shells.
> > filename >> prn
> That works for sure -- but from *within* Mutt I don't believe there is a
> filename to pass. I'm using the 'mbox' format, so a message is just one
> of many appended to a single file. 'print' also expects a filename either
> directly or by indirection.
Here's my solution. I'm using VIM with Mutt (ie I have a line like this
In the index or pager session I invoke the edit function of Mutt, which
is usually bound with "e". VIM launches with a message of my selection.
Then I use the save command ":w" redirecting the output to printer
(:w >> prn).
Madoka Machitani <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan. Faculty of Letters.
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