[hypermail] Suggestion: user configurable <PRE> tags (WAS: RE: Problems compiling 2.1.7 on FreeBSD)

From: Todd Van Hoosear <tvanhoosear_at_topazpartners.com_at_hypermail-project.org>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 10:20:49 -0500
Message-ID: <9619502B0674C94B83C313511B7C5EAB0EC54C_at_max.topazpartners.com>

On March 4, 2003, I wrote:

> First, I altered the hypermail source minimally to add the
> <PRE> tag so text still lines up the way it was intended in
> my e-mails. That was a minor change to a couple strings in
> printfile.c, shouldn't be a problem.

By the way, it would be GREAT if you could add a setting in the .hmrc file to allow for preformatted text. I'm _sure_ other people would like to see this too, no? For example:

# preformatted = [ 0 | 1 ]
# If this variable is set to 1, hypermail will add <PRE> HTML
# tags to all messages, preserving any text formatting used.
# Otherwise, text will be displayed in the default font.

preformatted = 1

Just a thought!

Todd E Van Hoosear <tvanhoosear_at_NOSPAM.topazpartners.com>
                                  ^ too late for that, eh?
Received on Wed 26 Mar 2003 05:24:11 PM GMT

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