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Implementing `.more` for other modules #159

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wei2912 opened this issue Dec 16, 2015 · 5 comments
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Implementing `.more` for other modules #159

wei2912 opened this issue Dec 16, 2015 · 5 comments

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@wei2912 wei2912 commented Dec 16, 2015

@mjuvekar7 has implemented .more for fs_quotes and queue in #153. There may be more modules where this command will be useful. Does anyone have suggestions?

I was thinking of .awik and .wik where the user can "scroll" through the wiki page. However, this may have to wait till #151 and #152 are fixed.

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@wei2912 wei2912 commented Dec 27, 2017

Scrolling through wiki pages would lead to too much spam IMO, and isn't particularly helpful. I will link to this issue whenever I find something that can be rewritten with the more module.

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@Androbin Androbin commented Mar 16, 2018

There are a couple loops in apy.py which could benefit from .more.

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@jonorthwash jonorthwash commented Mar 17, 2018

Also needed for mailing list and commit messages...

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@Androbin Androbin commented Mar 17, 2018

We already use .more in both git.py and mailing_list.py.

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@Androbin Androbin commented Mar 17, 2018

For each call, it prints the first message and queues the rest.
I think the problem here is that it doesn't simply add them to the existing queue.

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