mutt-wizard

A wizard that autocreates an offline email setup for (neo)mutt with isync/mbsync
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commit 09c4bf1b86953b719d74085305351447f67cd83d
parent 1395863f8fcfd95b4a4684c669224c422a8fdb3a
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Sun, 21 Apr 2019 14:28:53 -0400

yes fix

Diffstat:
Mmw | 2+-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/mw b/mw @@ -219,7 +219,7 @@ finalize() { \ [ "$accounttype" = "offline" ] && printf "All done.\\n\033[33mYou should now be able to run \`\033[32mmbsync %s\033[33m\` to begin to download your mail.\033[0m\\n" "$title" } -confirm() { printf "Do you want to to %s?\\n\t" "$@" && read -r input && ! echo "$input" | grep -i "^y$\|^yes$ ">/dev/null && printf "That doesn't seem like a yes to me.\\n\\n" && return 1 +confirm() { printf "Do you want to to %s?\\n\t" "$@" && read -r input && ! echo "$input" | grep -i "^y$\|^yes$" >/dev/null && printf "That doesn't seem like a yes to me.\\n\\n" && return 1 printf "Are you really, really sure you want to %s?\\n\t" "$@" && read -r input && ! echo "$input" | grep -i "^y$\|^yes$" >/dev/null && printf "That doesn't seem like a yes to me.\\n\\n" && return 1 return 0 ;}