More trailing tags...

From: Ashley M. Kirchner <>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 18:09:17 -0600
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    In print.c, structure printbody, we have a </PRE> defined in the following section:

            if(inheader) {
              if(set_showhtml) {
                fprintf(fp, "</PRE>\n");
              fprintf(fp, "<P>\n");

    Unfortunately, I can't find the starting <PRE> for it, so I see it as a trailing tag that isn't supposed to be there. I open all of my messages with a <FONT...> tag (defined in the header configs) and because of that trailing </PRE> it's causing the rest of the message to get screwy - it ignores the <FONT...> tag from that point on.

    I know someone mentioned some trailing tag not too long ago and I wasn't sure if this was it, but the latest sources grabbed from the CVS yielded this result for me...

    Thought you wanted to know. :)

    AMK4     PS: Does anyone (still) use ?

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