Claws Mail

0.30 defect/KLOC

I’ve had Claws-Mail added to Coverity’s scanner. The first result is : 0.30 report per 1000 lines of code. This is quite good I think, although these metrics aren’t a holy graal and static checking doesn’t catch everything. There are 91 reports to look at, which I’ll start doing tomorrow evening – I’ll be alone at…

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The 3.6.0 release was painful

Paul released 3.6.0 on last Friday, with a bit of pain which could have been avoided by two things: checked translations with msgfmt -c (which translators seem to often forget), and a better Sourceforge.net interface (which is a long-standing problem). Then I’ve started to package it and then, the problems started: It crashed hard…

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Preparing the 3.6.0 release, and Windows news

It’s been a while since the last post… So, Clo is still more pregnant than ever, and the due date is in less than two weeks now. I could become a father in the next hours! Waiting for this to happen, and given that everything’s ready towards the baby’s arrival, I tried to help make…

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Ancien article sur Sylpheed-Claws

Il y a quelques jours, Unixgarden a publié sur son site un ancien article que j’avais écrit pour Linux Pratique, qui visait à présenter Sylpheed-Claws — qui ne s’appelait pas encore Claws Mail :-) Voici l’article. Ça me fait de vieux souvenirs, je l’ai écrit entre la version 1.9.14 et 1.9.15, c’est à dire début…

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Lots of things

It’s been a long time since I last blogged! I’ve been really busy with real life… As you may know, dear reader, my wife (Clo) is pregnant and we’ll have a baby soon (in about 50 days !), so we’ve been preparing stuff in advance. Over the last monthes, we’ve redone the floor in the future…

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