Multiline URLs?

Asked by Flammie Pirinen on 2018-08-14

Is it possible to setup sakura to support some multiline URLs? For me there are limited variations where these come, typically related to mutt or tin (or via lynx -dump), so the syntax is often easily bounded by angle brackets <> or <URL: https://.....> but not always. Is this something that can be done via configurations e.g. by modifying some regexp? There are so many emails these days with superoverlong urls that I find myself piecing them together all the time by hand.

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David Gómez
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2018-08-14
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Best David Gómez (dabisu) said : #1

No, currently sakura doesn't support multiline URLs. Although I'm not completely sure what you need. If you're using mutt/tin, those URL's should be opened within or mutt/in, right? And sakura has nothing to do with it.

Flammie Pirinen (flammie-iki) said : #2

Oh yeah I didn't think of that, I just tried opening the links with right clicks and copy/pastings. IT seems there is this functionality in in tin but not in mutt, but I think you are right, it's probably more accurate and safe for every text-based program to implement this functionality themselves. Thanks for quick answer!

Flammie Pirinen (flammie-iki) said : #3

Thanks David Gómez, that solved my question.