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Dec 26 2019
A simple example without a value would be:
Dec 20 2019
Thanks that did the trick.
Dec 19 2019
To be honest I think it makes most sense to revert back to default constructing T for the time being.
Dec 17 2019
Dec 15 2019
tests/notificationtest in sink will produce a similar crash.
Dec 13 2019
I have rebuilt the flatpak completely and can reproduce the crash. Also, I can reproduce the crash outside of the flatpak again, not sure what I did above.
Dec 9 2019
Ever since I have rebuilt a with -fsanitize=address I can no longer reproduce outside of the flatpak, so there's a chance that the fault is with flatpaks internal build chaching that somehow results in something that crashes (I can't think of a reasonable scenario, but who knows).
I'll try to completely rebuild the flatpak as well and see if this fixes the issue.
Dec 6 2019
Nothing very obvious from the address sanitizer so far, but I also haven't managed to run kube with it yet (only sinksh).
I'll try that. Next week is fine, no hurry.
Dec 4 2019
FWIW; I have attempted but failed to reproduce this in a kasync testcase. I can reproduce it by starting latest kube with latest sink and latest kasync, and I can reproduce the crash in both flatpak (which I have now reverted to kasync 0.3.0), and a locally built kube.
Dec 3 2019
Nov 30 2019
The sent mail folder is nothing special, it's just a folder that is synchronized over IMAP as all others. Do you see one in webmail, and does it have a name other than "sent"?
The only "magic" that happens is that a sent mail folder is recognized as such via it's name (which will currently fall apart with other languages), and that information is then used to store sent messages in that folder. You should be able to see it in any case though.
What we meanwhile have that we use a weekday+time format for the past week, and a time only for the current day. While not exactly what you requested I think it addresses the issue well enough (it makes it easy to spot what's recent and what isn't), so I'll close this issue for now.
Nov 29 2019
Thanks for the report, I can reproduce the issue.