notmuch-mutt: improve robustness of mutt macros
[notmuch] / contrib / notmuch-mutt / notmuch-mutt
index bc97908e00600ba40538b43fd6fbbe707c2958fa..00c5ef82d50d67d0fcac7c43794dcf6958ac3cb1 100755 (executable)
@@ -270,13 +270,23 @@ the following in your Mutt configuration (usually one of: F<~/.muttrc>,
 F</etc/Muttrc>, or a configuration snippet under F</etc/Muttrc.d/>):
 
     macro index <F8> \
-          "<enter-command>unset wait_key<enter><shell-escape>notmuch-mutt -r --prompt search<enter><change-folder-readonly>~/.cache/notmuch/mutt/results<enter>" \
+    "<enter-command>set my_old_pipe_decode=\$pipe_decode my_old_wait_key=\$wait_key nopipe_decode nowait_key<enter>\
+    <shell-escape>notmuch-mutt -r --prompt search<enter>\
+    <change-folder-readonly>`echo ${XDG_CACHE_HOME:-$HOME/.cache}/notmuch/mutt/results`<enter>\
+    <enter-command>set pipe_decode=\$my_old_pipe_decode wait_key=\$my_old_wait_key<enter>" \
           "notmuch: search mail"
+
     macro index <F9> \
-          "<enter-command>unset wait_key<enter><pipe-message>notmuch-mutt -r thread<enter><change-folder-readonly>~/.cache/notmuch/mutt/results<enter><enter-command>set wait_key<enter>" \
+    "<enter-command>set my_old_pipe_decode=\$pipe_decode my_old_wait_key=\$wait_key nopipe_decode nowait_key<enter>\
+    <pipe-message>notmuch-mutt -r thread<enter>\
+    <change-folder-readonly>`echo ${XDG_CACHE_HOME:-$HOME/.cache}/notmuch/mutt/results`<enter>\
+    <enter-command>set pipe_decode=\$my_old_pipe_decode wait_key=\$my_old_wait_key<enter>" \
           "notmuch: reconstruct thread"
+
     macro index <F6> \
-          "<enter-command>unset wait_key<enter><pipe-message>notmuch-mutt tag -- -inbox<enter>" \
+    "<enter-command>set my_old_pipe_decode=\$pipe_decode my_old_wait_key=\$wait_key nopipe_decode nowait_key<enter>\
+    <pipe-message>notmuch-mutt tag -- -inbox<enter>\
+    <enter-command>set pipe_decode=\$my_old_pipe_decode wait_key=\$my_old_wait_key<enter>" \
           "notmuch: remove message from inbox"
 
 The first macro (activated by <F8>) prompts the user for notmuch search terms