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Re: Patch: Visual C++ Library Project Renames - libcvs & libz

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Patch: Visual C++ Library Project Renames - libcvs & libz
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 09:23:29 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>Hi Derek,
>>From: Derek Robert Price [mailto:derek@ximbiot.com]
>>Thanks.  I would have preferred the patch, but it was mangled.
>>Somewhere in your mailer you should have an option to turn off "flowed
>>text (RFC 2646)" or the like.
>Thank you for the commit.
>My mailer is Microsoft Outlook 2000. I haven't altered settings since
>I began attaching patch files.
>Derek, is this first time problem occurred in a patch submission?


>Derek, was problem file in message received by CC or via list server?

CC, I think.  The evidence shows up as "=" signs at the end of long
lines to tell the mailer to wrap and some "special" characters
replaced by something like "=<HEX>", where HEX is the hexadecimal
representation from the ASCII character set.

>Derek, did problem occur in test patch files I sent you prior to final
>submission to "Bug-CVS"?


>Anyone know which Outlook option maps to Derek's suggestion?
>Anyone have good experience submitting patches with Outlook 2000?
>Anyone have good experience submitting patches with Netscape 4.8?

I'm on Netscape 7.1 and two methods work for me - attaching the patch
in the composer's attachment window or opening the patch in a browser
window and cutting and pasting into composer.  At some point I had to
disabled the flowed text for cutting and pasting to work, but I think
it was not a native Netscape option, but an option from the encryption
plugin that handles my PGP signature.


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