Re: some questions

1998-07-14 08:10:40
However, you can sort the threads into date sequence, which
is useful if you want the more recent ones at the top rather
than at the bottom of your page.  I think it's TSORT. 
Maybe that will do what you really want. /Dorothy

At 02:29 PM 7/13/98 -0700, Earl Hood wrote:
On July 13, 1998 at 23:00, Udo Steinegger wrote:

Now I played around several days with mhonarc and my archived 
mailinglists. It works fine. There's just one thing I still don't get
working: I'd like to have a thread tree sorted by date for 
every month  and/or every day. LIke this:

  June 1998:
   o  Mail
      - re: mail

  or likt that for every day.  

This should be additionally to the thread view and the date view that
is there by default :)

For the main index, use DAYBEGIN and DAYEND resources.

For the thread index, it is not applicable.  By the very nature of
threads, such resources have no meaning.  Since any thread can span
multiple days, how would the formatting be done?  Threads can define
a non-chronological linear listing.  Date sorting of the thread index
only applies to the roots of threads, under each root, the listed
messages can span multiple days in a non-linear fashion.


            Earl Hood              | University of California: Irvine
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Dorothy Firsching
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Fairfax, VA  22033

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