On June 3, 2005 at 00:11, East Coast Coder wrote:
As far as I can tell, if a message is in text/plain; format=flowed,
Mhonarc still preserves the SR line endings by wrapping the message in
Not (entirely) correct. Please provide example message.
<pre> will be used in format=flowed if the message dictates it.
For example, if HR lines exist, <pre> is used for them.
Seemingly, this shouldn't be necessary - that is the whole point of
format=flowed, to allow SR's. Is there a switch to tell mhonarc to
only <pre> wrap text/plain fixed, but to *not* wrap flowed (instead
just dropping SR's and converting HR's to <br>'s).
I think you have some bad sample messages you are looking at.
Note, just because something is tagged as format=flowed does not
mean flowed sematics are actually in effect. For example, the
message may contain no soft-returns.
As an aside, it seems that format=flowed alone is pretty rare - most
MUA's either send text/html as well (which mhonarc prefers) or
text/plain fixed. Is this correct?
No. I believe Mozilla-based MUAs commonly use format=flowed.