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Re: [Nmh-workers] repl and mime handling

From: Aleksander Matuszak
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] repl and mime handling
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2012 20:40:14 +0100

Ken Hornstein writes:
> There is a good chunk of code inside of nmh that assumes ASCII (in
> terms of "what is a space", "what is a newline", and other things).
> [..] 
> internal representation UTF-8.  

What do you mean by "internal representation"? Conversion from
any to utf-8, processing by the code and conversion back to the
original charset is really internal, transparent for the user.

> Now my plan
> was to convert from UTF-8 to the native character set, but that
> conversion won't be perfect.

But such the internall conversion would be perfect, no new
characters is introduced (except formatting like newlines,

The question is: what charset will be in draft for edition?
Original, converted to something (e.g. according to locale) or
utf-8. This is no longer internal.

>  I'm writing the code, I'm the one
> who makes the decisions.  [..] 
> you can give me your OPINION, 

Clear statement.


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