REPORTED RESOLVED FIXED
I think I figured it out.
config.goneeds access to STDIN, so that
gpg-agentcan display its prompt. The fix is trivial, I will prepare a patch.
For tickets with exactly one comment, the display (on small screens) reads
commentsis appended to the
scss/main.scss:124. I don't know of a css-selector, that could target an element with a specific content only, so I would communicate the need to use a different string by appending an extra class to the div (e.g.
I will prepare a patch if that sounds like a feasible way.
I don't know if this is a problem with
passor with the integration into
aerc, but when the
gpg-agentrequires a password entry to unlock the key,
aercfails the authentication (instead of showing the password entry to unlock the key).
source-cred-cmd = pass show "mailbox.org" | head -n 1
and the error message in aerc is
Authentication failed. (in red)
After manually unlocking the key via
pass show mailbox.org,
aerccan access the password fine.
Currently, https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/aerc lists
v0.1.4as the latest version. The
aerc -v) however report
Makefile:5). Maybe these should sync automatically?
On Windows Subsystem for Linux, aerc seems unable to spawn processes. The simplest possible usecase is to open aerc and try to open a new terminal via
:term, which produces the error
fork/exec /home/linuxbrew/.linuxbrew/bin/zsh: invalid argument
In a similar (possibly related) fashion, aerc can browse lists just fine but when trying to open a message, nothing gets redered (because
lessfails to spawn?). The logs indicate that the communication with the server works and the body is downloaded.
How can I see what the actuall call to