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On Thu, 14 Jan 1999 22:40:14 GMT, hawthorn(_at_)sover(_dot_)net (Frank J.
It's the "-extra-" specification in the default
FieldOrder settings that gives you all the other
non-EXCS excluded fields in the message header.
By defining the FieldOrder explicitly *without*
specifying "-extra-" you will get *only* the fields
you list in FieldOrder.
Yep, I see that now. It's the sentence "If -extra- is not specified, then
only the fields listed will be displayed." buried in the middle of the page
that I missed. (The name of the tag threw me.) Thanks for the tip.
(Though I still wonder why EXCS isn't working for me with those particular
header fields, but I suppose it's not worth worrying about now.) I've sent
the new rcfile off, so later tonight I'll see how it worked.
FieldOrder *does* control the order, but the damned Comments field is
*still* in there. It's like Comments, In-Reply-To, and References get a
free ride, slipping past the implicit exclusion of FieldOrder and the
explicit exclusion of EXCS. Does this sound familiar to anyone? It should
be simple enough:
but my messages (like the one at
http://www.pennmush.org/~server/crossword/msg02276.html) say things like:
Subject: Re: [Crossword] Meta: Windori's fate
From: hawthorn(_at_)sover(_dot_)net (Frank J. Perricone)
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 1998 16:23:36 GMT
Comments: SoVerNet Verification (on garnet.sover.net)
usr0a66.mont.sover.net from usr0a66.mont.sover.net [126.96.36.199]
188.8.131.52 Wed, 30 Dec 1998 11:23:49 -0500 (EST)
Maybe FIELDORDER actually needs an override flag?
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* Frank J. Perricone * hawthorn(_at_)sover(_dot_)net *
Just because we aren't all the same doesn't mean we have nothing in common
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