Quoting David Bremner <email@example.com>:
> Jeff Elliott <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> [Wed Sep 22 15:49:36 2021]
>> A caller requested output format version 5, but the installed notmuch
>> CLI only supports up to format version 4. You may need to upgrade your
>> notmuch CLI.
>> When I try to upgrade my notmuch from the Solus package manager, I get
>> that it is already updated.
> Yep, this is exactly the problem mentioned in the README on melpa (which
> I'm guessing is where you installed notmuch from). You need to use a
> version of the notmuch CLI that is as new as as your version of
> notmuch-emacs, or an older version of notmuch-emacs. Normally I would
> recommend using the notmuch-emacs package from your distro, but I
> couldn't figure out if it exists in solus.
> If you have the appropriate version of the source, then "make elpa" will
> create package you can install in emacs
> M-x package-install-file <return>
> notmuch-0.31.4.tar <return>
> should work. If you're stuck, I can make such an elpa package for you.
Thanks. I guess I'm still stuck. I downloaded version 31.4 from:
But when I select "notmuch-0.31.4.tar" for the package-install-file, I
get an error:
Wrong type argument: stringp, nil
Would it not make sense to upgrade notmuch to 0.33.1 ? Which I guess I would
have to do from source, which I haven't done before...