[cfe-commits] [PATCH] Implement has(), hasDescendant(), forEach() and forEachDescendant() for QualTypes and TypeLocs.

Manuel, phab bug report: This didn't thread as a reply to the original
review mail in gmail.

Manuel, phab bug report: This didn't thread as a reply to the original
review mail in gmail.

See
http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/cfe-commits/Week-of-Mon-20121022/066885.html

It did thread correctly. Note that Daniel changed the subject, and thus
GMail cannot thread it correctly any more - pipermail's threading it shows
that in theory the threading seems to be set correctly. To the best of my
knowledge this is non-conforming behavior on GMail's side. (I might also be
able to implement a "never change subject" switch in phab, if that's what
we're after)

Cheers,
/Manuel

Manuel, phab bug report: This didn't thread as a reply to the original
review mail in gmail.

See
http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/cfe-commits/Week-of-Mon-20121022/066885.html

It did thread correctly. Note that Daniel changed the subject, and thus
GMail cannot thread it correctly any more - pipermail's threading it shows
that in theory the threading seems to be set correctly. To the best of my
knowledge this is non-conforming behavior on GMail's side. (I might also be
able to implement a "never change subject" switch in phab, if that's what
we're after)

I believe that's the case (that GMail fails to respect the threading
headers). Some solution to this would be nice - either from gmail or
phab. But, yeah, I'm not sure if "you can't change the title" is a
limitation worth having for the gain of gmail threading...

- David

>>
>> Manuel, phab bug report: This didn't thread as a reply to the original
>> review mail in gmail.
>
>
> See
>
http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/cfe-commits/Week-of-Mon-20121022/066885.html
>
> It did thread correctly. Note that Daniel changed the subject, and thus
> GMail cannot thread it correctly any more - pipermail's threading it
shows
> that in theory the threading seems to be set correctly. To the best of my
> knowledge this is non-conforming behavior on GMail's side. (I might also
be
> able to implement a "never change subject" switch in phab, if that's what
> we're after)

I believe that's the case (that GMail fails to respect the threading
headers). Some solution to this would be nice - either from gmail or
phab. But, yeah, I'm not sure if "you can't change the title" is a
limitation worth having for the gain of gmail threading...

If anybody has an opinion, please speak up - I'm pretty indifferent on
this...

Cheers,
/Manuel