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#164 fixed Email2tracMta documentation error in Test Setup bas Dennis McRitchie <dmcr@…>

One of the recommended tests on the Email2tracMta page Test Setup section will not work, at least with certain versions of mail, sendmail, and python.

mail tracproj < msg.txt

results in the following traceback error:

Dec  5 !22:11:24 raas01 email2trac: Traceback (most recent call last):
Dec  5 !22:11:24 raas01 email2trac:   File "/usr/local/raas/email2trac-1.0.0/bin/email2trac", line 1610, in <module>     tktparser.parse(sys.stdin)
Dec  5 !22:11:24 raas01 email2trac:   File "/usr/local/raas/email2trac-1.0.0/bin/email2trac", line 902, in parse     m.replace_header('Subject', m['Subject'].replace('\r', '').replace('\n', ''))
Dec  5 !22:11:24 raas01 email2trac: AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace'

I believe this is due to the fact that msg.txt already has mailer headers. The other test (email2trac --project=tracproj < msg.txt) works, as do normal emails sent via the 'mail' utility.


#165 fixed This message has 0 attachment(s) bas dereks@…

Every ticket I create via email, using email2trac, gets a comment that says:

Comments: (by derek) This message has 0 attachment(s)

If there are zero attachments, I'd prefer it if there was no comment at all. I don't need to document that something doesn't exist.

Also, this "feature" breaks the AnnouncementPlugin? (which allows Trac to send pretty HTML-formatted notifications). If I enable that plugin, I get two HTML-formatted notifications: one for the new ticket (similar to Trac's built-in notifications), but then a second, redundant one to tell me there is a new comment (which just says: "This message has 0 attachment(s)" ).

Thanks for working on email2trac, so far it's looking pretty awesome...

#166 fixed Propose using '&' instead of comma as field separator on subject line bas Dennis McRitchie <dmcr@…>

Currently, fields on subject lines are separated by commas. e.g.,

Subject: This is a test ticket#?priority=minor,cc=knight,component=component1

This poses a problem when a keyword's value is itself a comma-separated list such as the 'cc' field. e.g.,

Subject: This is a test ticket#?priority=blocker,cc=knight,dmcr,component=component2

However, using '&' instead of comma as a field separator allows such specifications, and is consistent with standard web usage. e.g.,

This is a test ticket#?priority=blocker&cc=knight,dmcr&component=component2

The only change needed is on email2trac line 524:

fields = string.split(str, '&')


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