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Re: [Nmh-workers] MIME part label in show

From: Paul Fox
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] MIME part label in show
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2014 12:56:01 -0400

oliver wrote:
 > Ken Hornstein wrote:
 > > >What produces these? Can they be suppressed?
 > > 
 > > Like Paul said, they've always been there (they're produced by mhshow,
 > > actually, and show will invoke mhshow as needed).
 > If you look at mhshow(1), you'll see this is related to the %l display
 > string escape for mhshow-show-<type>/<subtype> profile entries.
 > It also states:
 >    If a display string is not found, mhshow behaves as if these profile
 >    entries were supplied and supported:
 >                  mhshow-show-text/plain: %lmoreproc %F
 >                     mhshow-show-message/rfc822: %lshow -file %F
 > Pre-1.6, that used %p indicating a pause for confirmation.
 > Is moreproc there really correct? Isn't it now essentially just cat with
 > the moreproc being applied later for all parts together? And is show's

might it make sense if -noconcat is supplied?  in that case there's
no moreproc being applied later.

 > use of moreproc also being suppressed?
 > Also, I can't seem to be able to configure this by specifying the
 > profile entry explicitly: cat is saying "file not found".
 > I've also noticed that for messages that consist of just a single
 > text/plain part, it is inconsistent on whether I get a part label. Most
 > messages on this list are examples with no part label. I found an
 > example that does produce a part label and it is quoted-printable
 > encoded so perhaps that is making a difference. base64 and alternate
 > charsets may also have the same effect. I've used mime -check on this
 > message to try to enduce the effect.

i seem to see them on all such messages, but i'm running from git master.
i feel like i may have noticed the symptom you're describing -- but
it might have been completely unrelated.

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 paul fox, address@hidden (arlington, ma, where it's 73.0 degrees)

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