Bug 127067

Summary: sa-learn can't handle special characters in filenames
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Doncho N. Gunchev <dgunchev>
Component: spamassassinAssignee: Chip Turner <cturner>
Status: CLOSED WONTFIX QA Contact:
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Version: 1CC: felicity, jm, parkerm, reg+redhat, scop, wtogami
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Description Doncho N. Gunchev 2004-07-01 09:39:55 EDT
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Description of problem:
    sa-learn from spamassassin-2.63-0.2 can not learn from say mbox
file with name '[SPAM]'. If it is named 'SPAM' all works fine.


How reproducible: Always


Steps to Reproduce:
    1. create a mbox file and name it '[SOMETHING]'
    2. try 'sa-learn --showdots --mbox --spam /tmp/\[SOMETHING\]'


Actual Results:  'Learned from 0 message(s) (0 message(s) examined).'


Expected Results:  'Learned from 93 message(s) (101 message(s)
examined).' for example


Additional info:
    Special characters in the filename are problem for single messages
too. I think even simple space in the name was problem, but this can
easily be tested.
Comment 1 Doncho N. Gunchev 2004-10-26 12:26:40 EDT
FC1 is now in fedoralegacy.org, so I close this with WONTFIX. I don't
know (will probably check soon) if spamassassin 3 handles this better,
but it would be a new bug anyway.