MIME decoding patch

From: <jose.kahan_at_w3.org_at_hypermail-project.org>
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 1999 15:01:32 +0200 (MET DST)
Message-Id: <199907021301.PAA20443_at_tuvalu.inrialpes.fr>


I found a minor bug. When decoding messages with multiple MIME attachments, the decode variable (where the content encoding format is stored), isn't updated.

This causes a problem with some messages which don't automatically include the Content-Encoding header for some attachments (e.g., MH auto-included signatures).

I'm enclosing a small patch which resets the status for MIME attachments. It seems to work well fine.

BTW, as I've been continuing my development, my code starts to diverge more and more from the hypermail CVS base. This makes it harder for me to submit a single patch, as my current files includes all the patches I've developed so far, and not just a single one.

I've also an on-line CVS base which I'm using for my patches. I try to commit atomic patches, so it'll be easier to follow the development. This base is in no way a substitute of your own base. It's just a place where I'm storing my derivative system. I'll probably change the name hypermail in the future, to something like hypermail-w3c, to avoid confusing people.


BTW, the on-line hypermail mailing list archive seems to be broken as none of my previous messages appear there (they are in the mbox, though).


Jose Kahan                 | w3c/INRIA                          | The taste
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cvs diff -c parse.c
Index: parse.c

RCS file: /cvs/hypermail/hypermail/src/parse.c,v retrieving revision 1.20
diff -c -r1.20 parse.c
*** parse.c 1999/06/07 17:21:42 1.20
--- parse.c 1999/07/02 12:45:03
Received on Fri 02 Jul 1999 04:49:51 PM GMT

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