ttyname: double the closedir, double the fun! [PATCH]
Thu Jul 7 21:11:00 GMT 2005
Shaun Jackman wrote:
> The =xx encoding is called "quoted-printable" from what I see in the
> mail headers. It's a pain that Gmail uses this encoding scheme by
> default without any other option, such as plain ASCII. So, the
> problem's on my side for sending it, and on your side for not decoding
FWIW: within the mail reader, it was decoded correctly. I used "save
as" which created a .eml file with the quoted-printable characters. I
use "save as" because in the past, high-lighting, cutting, and pasting
directly from the reader has proven to be problematic for me.
-- Jeff J.
>I'll simply attach a diff in the future, though I really prefer
> inline patches to facilitate mailing list searches and browsing list
> archives. I wish Gmail would fix this.
> On 7/7/05, Jeff Johnston <email@example.com> wrote:
>>Thanks Shaun. Patch checked in. I had a problem when I saved this note
>>out of my new mail reader in FC4 (I finally upgraded from my old Linux).
>> The newlines and tabs were translated into =xx. I would guess the
>>problem is on my side, but until I get it worked out, I suggest sending
>>attached files in the future.
>>-- Jeff J.
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