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Re: svndumpfilter - rfc.

From: Paul Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-04-10 16:46:04 CEST

In a message dated: 09 Apr 2003 21:08:20 CDT
Ben Collins-Sussman said:

>(On the other hand, we *did* make it RFC822 compatible. So python
>probably has a module to parse it already. :-) )

Maybe this is a stupid question, maybe not, but why RFC822 and not
RFC2822, which has since superceded RFC822? Was is just easier to
implement 822 compliance, and the assumption was that this should
satisfy the 80/20 rule? Or was it just an oversight and no one
remembered 2822 (which wouldn't surprise me, since it's no where near
as famous as 822 :)

I'm just curious, I have no special reason for demanding/requesting
2822 compliance other than it is the current/superceding RFC which
obsoletes 822.

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