So Greg KH wonders how to fix his macro in mutt.
Here you have something that works. Doesn’t do anything fancy (in fact it is useless), but I guess you could adapt it to suit your needs:
macro index T "<enter-command>unset wait_key\n \
<pipe-message>cat - > /home/ferdy/foo.blah\n \
<shell-escape>vim -c 'set ft=mail' /home/ferdy/foo.blah\n \
I tried using ‘decode-save’ and/or ‘save-message’ but for some reason it didn’t work. I guess you could replace ‘x.sh’ or almost all of it with a mutt macro like the one above.
There is a traditional puzzle where 3 missionaries and 3 cannibals have to cross a river using a small canoe. Rules are:
* You cannot have more cannibals than missionaries in either bank because cannibals will eat missionaries.
* The canoe can be run by either one or two persons. Both cannibals and missionaries know how to run it.
This puzzle is really easy to solve either by hand or programming. However, hacking a script to solve it is always more challenging than solving it by hand. Juanjo proposes a solution using Ruby in Misioneros y can