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Re: questions on QP, non-text attachments and munpack

1996-02-11 12:26:52
No, the program is encoding CR's as =0D. The problem is that munpack is
stripping those out after decoding them. My query to the group was: is
munpack wrong in doing so? You and Ned appear to agree with my feeling that
munpack is indeed wrong.

I agree that it is wrong to do this with non-text material. It appears that
munpack assumes that all use of QP is associated with text. There are plenty
cases where this won't be true, however -- I find QP to be quite useful
in handling application/postscript, for example, and PostScript is definitely
*not* textual in form.