[spambayes-dev] Re: Running with I18n changes
kenny.pitt at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 22:40:07 CET 2004
Kenny Pitt <kenny.pitt at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just did a CVS update and picked up the I18n changes for the first
> time. Now I'm having trouble getting the Outlook add-in to work
> again. [snip]
> Are there any special steps I need to take to set up the I18n stuff
> before SpamBayes will work properly?
Nevermind. I found the problem, but it's the last thing I would have
expected and I have no idea how it happened. The Outlook add-in
apparently was no longer registered, so running "addin.py --register"
The weird part is that I had just been running the Outlook add-in and
noticed that a change I had seen come through checkins wasn't there.
I exited from Outlook, did a "cvs update", and immediately restarted
Outlook. It was at this point that SpamBayes was no longer active.
It's beyond me what could have happened in a CVS update that would
result in the addin getting unregistered, but if you ever happen to
see this bizarre behavior then you can learn from my mistake. Always
expect the unexpected and just re-register. <wink>
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