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Re: Debian and BerkeleyDB 3

From: Jürgen A. Erhard <juergen.erhard_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2001-04-02 02:13:49 CEST

>>>>> "B" == B W Fitzpatrick <fitz@red-bean.com> writes:

>> I've hacked the db 3 test to allow for that. The patch is below (hope
>> it goes through mime-mangling o.k.)

    B> Can you resend that patch to the list as an attachment? It got
    B> *totally* MIME mangled.

I didn't expect it to be readable w/o a MIME-capable MUA, if that's
what you mean. (Mutt does MIME very well BTW). It's just that I use
a MIME-extension for Emacs that, well, did behave strangely in the
past, so I wasn't completely sure it worked o.k.

Well, since it got back to me intact, I think all's fine.

Bye, J

PS: For a while I thought you might play me for April Fool... but then
I thought about it some more, and... well, hope I got you right
anyway.

PPS: I *can* resend it as a proper MIME attachement if that's
preferred... I'd rather not send anything as non-MIME... I like to
see my name spelled correctly (with those strange 'ü' characters).
:-)

PPPS: Nope, I don't trust 8bit email transparency... I (fondly!)
remember BITNET ;-)

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