Need help setting up Patchwork
deenseth at gmail.com
Tue Jul 6 13:43:30 EST 2010
Thank you very much for your reply!
> So it works if you boot directly to Ubuntu, but not if you boot Ubuntu as a
> virtual machine?
Yes that's what happened. I didn't know why either. The /bin/sh worked
I didn't try to trouble shoot it since it worked on Ubuntu host.
> Yes, patchwork needs a List-Id (or X-Mailing-List) header to determine
> project an email is for. If the mbox you have is from a mailing list, it
> should have one of these headers. You will need to check that the settings
> the project (in the patchwork /admin/ interface) have the matching list-id
When I am taking about mailinglist, I meant the archive from this page.
http://lists.ozlabs.org/pipermail/patchwork/. When I unzip the archive
it didn't have the List-ID information.
> formail -i 'List-Id: My project <bar.foo.com>' < old.mbox > new.mbox
Thank you very much. I modified it a bit so that it works with multiple
email per file.
parsemail.py expects one email on its input.
> However, you can use formail to execute the parser on each mail of a
> mail mbox file:
> formail -s /srv/patchwork/apps/patchwork/bin/parsemail.sh < your-file.mbox
This works fine. Thanks!
> > I saw the parsemail-batch.sh, but it seems to require one email per
> > file because it uses the parsemail.py.
> This is for importing a maildir-style directory of single-mail files
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