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PATCH: MH for Mailboxes (TM)

This makes _mailboxes a bit happier about MH mailboxes.  I don't know
whether to alter _mh_cache directly or change it at the point of use.  The
other change is to allow subfolders, which are already handled by
_multi_parts where _mh_cache is used.

It still doesn't handle the feature of MH (which I don't suppose anyone
actually uses) that @folder is relative to the last folder you were looking
at.  This is why I tacked the + directly on the front, rather than assuming
it's already present in the context --- it may in principle be an @.  But
in some ways it's more natural to forget about the + and assume it's
somewhere in the ignored prefix if it's needed.  MH itself is completely
consistent about requiring + or @, so far as I know, so either way would
probably work.

It's not wired up to _mh.  It's probably more than my job's worth to commit

Index: Completion/User/_mailboxes
RCS file: /cvsroot/zsh/zsh/Completion/User/_mailboxes,v
retrieving revision 1.8
diff -u -r1.8 _mailboxes
--- Completion/User/_mailboxes	2000/11/09 13:27:53	1.8
+++ Completion/User/_mailboxes	2001/03/23 17:15:14
@@ -83,7 +83,8 @@
     if [[ -d "$i/cur" ]]; then
       _maildir_cache=( "${_maildir_cache[@]}" "$i" )
     elif j=( "$i"/<1-> ) && [[ -n "$j" ]]; then
-      _mh_cache=( "${_mh_cache[@]}" "$i" )
+      _mh_cache=( "${_mh_cache[@]}" "+${i#$~maildirectory/}" )
+      dirboxes=( $dirboxes "$i"/*(/) )
       _mbox_cache=( "${_mbox_cache[@]}" "$i"/*(.) )
       dirboxes=( $dirboxes "$i"/*(/) )

Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxx>                  Software Engineer
CSR Ltd., Unit 300, Science Park, Milton Road,
Cambridge, CB4 0XL, UK                          Tel: +44 (0)1223 392070

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