[sylpheed:35028] Re: Snarl and Sylpheed for Windows: which command to execute when new messages arrived? Need advice.

HAYASHI Kentaro kenhys at gmail.com
Mon Jan 2 10:08:40 JST 2012


I implemented tiny experimental plugin - sylnotify.
it use Growl for windows and growlnotify instead of Snarl.

I do not know what you want in detail, and can not ensure this one work well,
but it may make sense as sample for you.


On Sat, Dec 31, 2011 at 6:13 AM,  <pn361529 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Coming from
> http://www.sraoss.jp/pipermail/sylpheed/2011-December/004951.html
> now replying in the appropriate thread:
>> Anton Shepelev <anton.txt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Snarl  itself  requires programming-level support to
>> work with an application but there's a tool  to  in-
>> voke Snarl notifications from the command line:
>>     http://tlhan-ghun.de/Projects/SnarlCommandLineTools/Snarl_CMD/
> Thank you very much for your fast reply.
>> So you'll have to install two additional programs.
> Well, if with that you want to express that doing that just for nicer
> notifications kind of defeats the purpose of using a lightweight
> E-Mail client such as Sylpheed, then you kind of have a point there of
> course ;).
> If, for example, there are Sylpheed users who use Snarl also for other
> applications and therefore have it installed anyway, the information
> you provided above might still be of use. So thanks anyway ;).

HAYASHI Kentaro <kenhys at gmail.com>

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