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From: Eric Wong <>
Cc:, Dimid Duchovny <>
Subject: [ANN] msgthr 1.2.0 - container-agnostic, non-recursive message threading
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2018 23:08:18 +0000
Message-ID: <20180125230818.GA4982@dcvr> (raw)

Pure Ruby message threading based on the algorithm described by
JWZ in <> and used in
countless mail and news readers; but with some features removed
and improved flexibility for non-mail/news usage.

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Changes: Msgthr#add callback support

    This release adds callback support to the Msgthr#add method,
    allowing callers to track progress and potentially group
    message.  Thanks to Dimid Duchovny for this feature.
    Discussion about it begins here:

    4 changes from Dimid Duchovny:
          add callback to Msgthr#add
          test: add a more complex test for add_child callback
          test: fix add_child callback test
          doc: document block parameter of Msgthr#add

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2018-01-25 23:08 Eric Wong [this message]
2018-05-01 20:45 ` [ANN] msgthr 1.2.2 - container-agnostic, non-recursive message Eric Wong

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