A problem with ali in MH 6.8

A problem with ali in MH 6.8

Post by David J. Fiand » Fri, 08 Jan 1993 09:29:22



I'm sure I reported this problem against MH 6.7, because I have
it fixed in my source, but it has reappeared in 6.8.

ali searches personal and system-wide alias tables in the
opposite order from whom and send.  whom and send search
personal tables first, and the system table later, but ali
search the system table first.  The following patch to ali.c
ensures that all three programs use the same search order.

- David

*** /tmp/t1075B.aaa Wed Jan  6 19:24:55 1993
--- ali.c Tue Jan  5 09:08:26 1993
***************
*** 137,143 ****
      }

      if (!noalias) {
-       (void) alias (AliasFile);
        if (cp = m_find ("Aliasfile")) { /* allow Aliasfile: profile entry */
            char *dp = NULL;

--- 137,142 ----
***************
*** 148,153 ****
--- 147,153 ----
            if (dp)
                free(dp);
        }
+       (void) alias (AliasFile);
      }

 
 
 

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