Archive for July, 2009

No more rumors

The rumors are true. I have married Sabine.

It happened on Wednesday and it was a lovely day because it wasn’t too warm and small clouds where all over the sky which was perfect for taking some outdoor pictures after the ceremony. For lunch we went to a local restaurant. Our parents had organized a champagne reception and Sabines sisters an ice cream bomb as dessert.

In the evening Sabine and I went to a local cinema for viewing the new film about Harry Potter. All in all a very happy day.

On Saturday we will also have a churchly ceremony and a “small” (eve-of-)wedding party.


In software an action results in most cases in a reaction. You don’t get a reaction on silent failing, silent success or just not implemented stub functions. If you get an reaction often you could guess the kind action you submitted from the reaction. To be concrete – this should be the case for error messages – but it isn’t always. As you may guess the following error message has nothing to do with a buggy JavaScript function:

Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x80004005 (NS_ERROR_FAILURE) [nsIDOMLocation.href]" nsresult: "0x80004005 (NS_ERROR_FAILURE)" location: "JS frame :: :: DeCryptMail :: line 37" data: no]

In fact it was the mail protocol handler application setting. The automatic detection (which is the default and it was my setting) found – as expected – the kmail program. I needed to manual set the path to “/usr/bin/kmail” to make everything work.

Many thanks to charms who had the same problem.

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