Anthony Newnam anthony at
Fri Jan 16 02:33:36 EST 2009

You're right, I figured that out a few minutes ago.

It now dies inside on all of the: if "x" not in mail:
lines. Regardless of what I put there it fails. I don't know python,
so I'm having trouble debugging this. I did print mail and it looks
fine to me, I see all of the things it says it can not find.

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 9:30 AM, Nate Case <ncase at> wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-01-15 at 08:19 -0600, Anthony Newnam wrote:
>> $ cat /var/mail/newnam| ./
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>   File "./", line 36, in <module>
>>     from patchwork.parser import parse_patch
>> ImportError: No module named patchwork.parser
>> Is my test even going to work? It seems like my emails have to have a
>> header from
>> 39 list_id_headers = ['List-ID', 'X-Mailing-List']
> It looks like you aren't using the wrapper for the
> Python script.  The shell wrapper sets some necessary
> environment variables required by to work.  Try using
> instead.
> --
> Nate Case <ncase at>

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