Ken Hornstein writes:
It is possible to keep almost unchanged state with addition of
one more clause to mhbuild like pair #off #on which marks the
region where ^# is not interpreted as directive.
But to me it seems dumb that # characters can't be in the
beginning of a line, and having people have to know about
#on/#off directives just seems like the wrong solution. [..]
But if you run "mime" at a WhatNow? prompt then presumably
you're smart enough to know you have to escape any leading #
I'm trying to write as short as possible (to make less gramar
mistakes =:-)), but sometimes it is too short.
Suppose, you use automimeproc: 1 and you want to include (as a
part of the message) some lines from program source, shell script
You can type
:r whatever (or copy by mouse)
and do not have to edit (and remember to edit) included part to escape
As the additional directive, user doesn't have to know about it
unless he needs it.
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