[spambayes-dev] exmh hooks for spambayes
T. Alexander Popiel
popiel at wolfskeep.com
Mon Jul 28 10:48:04 EDT 2003
In message: <200307281020.h6SAKWms004254 at localhost.localdomain>
Anthony Baxter <anthony at interlink.com.au> writes:
>I realised that I've never checked in the hooks for spambayes under
>exmh - the hookage in this case is a menu 'Train as Spam / Train as Ham'
>that simply call hammie -d -g or hammie -d -s.
>Is this worth checking into CVS, or should I just make a section on
I guess the question is 'Do you expect to make changes to it, or have
other people do so?'. If yes, stick it in CVS, otherwise just put it
in the unix docs.
Personally, I'd put it in the CVS tree, just to make it easier if
somebody does want to make a change to it...
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