lp:~igors/do-plugins/Thunderbird-fix

Created by Igor Slepchin on 2010-01-10 and last modified on 2011-02-08
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Owner:
Igor Slepchin
Project:
Do Plugins
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687. By Igor on 2011-02-08

Strip leading/trailing spaces and quotes from display names so that
multiple Thunderbird contacts get merged better.

686. By Igor on 2010-01-10

Get rid of a data member that is only needed to compute UpdateItems.

685. By Igor on 2010-01-10

Get rid of the debug printouts.
Convert the remaining error log to Do Logging (adds dependency on Do.Platform).

684. By Igor on 2010-01-10

Fix a typo in method's name.

683. By Igor on 2010-01-10

M-tabify

tabs seem to be the norm in gnome-do projects...

682. By Igor on 2010-01-10

Sort Thunderbird contacts by PopularityIndex.

Do doesn't seem to pay attention to ChildrenOfItem when selecting the main ContactItem,
which makes for rather ugly user experience when dealing with multuple emails
for the same contact. This change tries to alleviate this by sorting emails by Thunderbird's
PopularityIndex, i.e., the most frequently used email for a Contact will become
the default one sooner or later.

681. By Igor on 2010-01-07

more consisent spacing around parentheses.

680. By Igor on 2010-01-07

Use name instead of email in contact detail Description;
Store emails associated with a name in a Dictionary for easier lookup.

679. By Igor on 2010-01-07

Attempt to fix up indentation/formatting for consistency.

678. By Igor on 2010-01-07

Don't store duplicate emails;
as a consequence, don't leak memory when UpdateItems is called multiple times.

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