From: Berndl, Klaus <klaus.berndl@sd...> - 2004-02-16 10:42:10
>Just like to say (as people only seem to write when they have a problem
>but the removal of the two split restriction is great - works
>brilliantly with pcvs now as well. Nice one!
Thanks for the praise :-)
Fine! I will probably release 2.21 today and this version fixes an important bug in the other-window behavior which prevented e.g. Xrefactory to work within the ECB-frame. But with this fixed bug ECB makes a quantum jump in compatibility: Now all applications like Gnus, BBDB, Xrefactory etc. work within the ECB-frame even when the ECB-windows are visible. There should be no need to disable ECB cause of conflicts with other packages - or at least there should be only very seldom such a need ;-)
Please try this out if you are using auch applications with own window-management like Gnus, BBDB, Xrefactory... e.g. would be interesting for me if VM runs with 2.21 correctly withing the ECB-frame? I do not use VM....
From: Nick Sieger <nsieger@bi...> - 2004-02-17 02:49:28
>>>>> Klaus Berndl writes:
KB> Please try this out if you are using auch applications with own
KB> window-management like Gnus, BBDB, Xrefactory... e.g. would be
KB> interesting for me if VM runs with 2.21 correctly withing the
KB> ECB-frame? I do not use VM....
I use VM, but it turns out it doesn't matter anyway because VM creates
its own frame whenever you visit a folder (whether your main INBOX or
a secondary folder) or compose a new mail. I've tested this to be
sure. I suppose there's still potential for trouble if you were to
accidentally select a VM buffer on the frame where ECB is activated,
but that's not the way VM is intended to be used anyway.
Thanks for all the hard work!