There is a folder -noprint, currently undocumented. All it does now
is allow output of the folder stack while suppressing other output.
Maybe change it to suppress all output?
I don't notice a difference.
$ folder -noprint .
inbox+ has 6312 messages (1-7075); cur=7075; (others).
I think unless -push/-pop/-list is given then printsw++ causes -noprint
to be ignored?
We could remove that when changing -noprint to suppress all output.
Isn't that testing the profile entry that defines the name of the
This suggests `cur: 0' is fine, as is `cur: foo' as m_atoi() returns 0
on any non-digit. Not that I'm suggesting `foo'.
Perhaps have mark work on it as it already partially does. `mark -seq
cur -delete all'.
That makes sense, and then mark would behave the same on cur
as it does on other sequences.
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