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Re: svn commit: r10809 - trunk/www

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-10 19:51:26 CEST

Benjamin Pflugmann <benjamin-svn-dev@pflugmann.de> writes:
> > Okay. I kind of prefer them inline, but I think I'm in a minority
> > there; I'll change it to your suggestion above.
> Sounds as if you didn't notice: As he said, his mail client is
> configured to display such mails (practically the same) as inline. I
> assume that would fulfill your needs, too, and this way, everyone can
> use the procedures (s)he likes most.

(Didn't notice what?)

> GNUS being versatile as it is, it should be possible with it, too. For
> mutt, I have to set the auto_view variable for these mime-types and have
> some lines in my ~/.mailcap:
> text/x-patch; cat; copiousoutput
> text/x-diff; cat; copiousoutput
> Hope that helps somehow.

I use GNUS, which does indeed display them (practically the same) as
inline. I never said it didn't :-).

My reasons for preferring patches to be included inline (by which I
mean, directly in the body of the message, instead of as attachments
that get displayed inline) are unimaginably subtle and certainly not
to be imposed on the sane, sensible people who share this mailing list
with the likes of me. Trust me, you don't want to know.


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