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Merge from gnus--rel--5.10

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   Update from CVS
parent 4de43c8b
2004-09-23 Reiner Steib <Reiner.Steib@gmx.de>
* gnus-msg.el (gnus-configure-posting-styles): Narrow to headers
in `header' match. Reported by Svend Tollak Munkejord.
2004-09-20 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* mm-decode.el (mm-copy-to-buffer): Preserve the data's unibyteness.
......
......@@ -1801,9 +1801,11 @@ this is a reply."
;; Obsolete format of header match.
(and (gnus-buffer-live-p gnus-article-copy)
(with-current-buffer gnus-article-copy
(save-restriction
(nnheader-narrow-to-headers)
(let ((header (message-fetch-field (pop style))))
(and header
(string-match (pop style) header))))))
(string-match (pop style) header)))))))
((or (symbolp match)
(functionp match))
(cond
......@@ -1819,9 +1821,11 @@ this is a reply."
;; New format of header match.
(and (gnus-buffer-live-p gnus-article-copy)
(with-current-buffer gnus-article-copy
(save-restriction
(nnheader-narrow-to-headers)
(let ((header (message-fetch-field (nth 1 match))))
(and header
(string-match (nth 2 match) header))))))
(string-match (nth 2 match) header)))))))
(t
;; This is a form to be evaled.
(eval match)))))
......
2004-09-23 Reiner Steib <Reiner.Steib@gmx.de>
* gnus-faq.texi ([5.12]): Fix code example for FQDN in Message-Ids
again.
Use 5.10 instead of 5.10.0.
2004-09-20 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
* gnus.texi (Summary Mail Commands): S D e.
2004-09-20 Raymond Scholz <ray-2004@zonix.de> (tiny change)
* gnus.texi (Misc Article): Refer to `Summary Buffer Mode Line' in
the gnus-article-mode-line-format section.
2004-09-20 Helmut Waitzmann <Helmut.Waitzmann@web.de> (tiny change)
* gnus.texi (Various Summary Stuff): Fix the documentation for
gnus-newsgroup-variables.
2004-09-20 Reiner Steib <Reiner.Steib@gmx.de>
* gnus.texi (MIME Commands): Added
gnus-mime-display-multipart-as-mixed,
gnus-mime-display-multipart-alternative-as-mixed,
gnus-mime-display-multipart-related-as-mixed.
(Mail Source Customization): Clarify `mail-source-directory'.
(Splitting Mail): Mention gnus-group-find-new-groups.
(SpamOracle): Fixed typo.
* gnus-faq.texi: Untabify.
([6.3]): nnir.el is in contrib directory.
* message.texi (News Headers): Clarify how a unique ID is created.
* gnus.texi (Batching Agents): Fixed typo in example. Reported
by Hiroshi Fujishima <pooh@nature.tsukuba.ac.jp>.
2004-09-20 Andre Srinivasan <andre@e2open.com>
* gnus.texi (Group Parameters): Added more on hooks. (Small
change.)
2004-09-20 Florian Weimer <fw@deneb.enyo.de>
* gnus.texi (Charsets): Point to relevant section in emacs-mime.
2004-09-22 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
* display.texi (Display Custom): Remove stray `@end defvar'.
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......@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ Gnus is a Usenet Newsreader and Electronic Mail User Agent implemented
@menu
* [1.1]:: What is the latest version of Gnus?
* [1.2]:: What's new in 5.10.0?
* [1.2]:: What's new in 5.10?
* [1.3]:: Where and how to get Gnus?
* [1.4]:: What to do with the tarball now?
* [1.5]:: Which version of Emacs do I need?
......@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ What is the latest version of Gnus?
Answer:
Jingle please: Gnus 5.10.0 is released, get it while it's
Jingle please: Gnus 5.10 is released, get it while it's
hot! As well as the step in version number is rather
small, Gnus 5.10 has tons of new features which you
shouldn't miss, however if you are cautious, you might
......@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ Answer:
@end ifnottex
@subsubheading Question 1.2:
What's new in 5.10.0?
What's new in 5.10?
Answer:
......@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ Which version of Emacs do I need?
Answer:
Gnus 5.10.0 requires an Emacs version that is greater
Gnus 5.10 requires an Emacs version that is greater
than or equal to Emacs 20.7 or XEmacs 21.1.
@ifnottex
......@@ -877,7 +877,7 @@ Answer:
fetched when you enter a group and slow down the process of entering a group).
If you already use Gnus 5.10.0, you can say
If you already use Gnus 5.10, you can say
@samp{/o N}
In summary buffer to load the last N messages, this feature is not available in 5.8.8
......@@ -1000,7 +1000,7 @@ Answer:
Answer:
Only if you use Gnus 5.10.0 or younger. In this case you've got the
Only if you use Gnus 5.10 or younger. In this case you've got the
choice between w3, w3m, links, lynx and html2text, which
one is used can be specified in the variable
mm-text-html-renderer, so if you want links to render your
......@@ -1033,7 +1033,7 @@ Answer:
@samp{W Y f} gives you full deuglify.
See @samp{W Y C-h} or
have a look at the menus for other deuglifications).
Outlook deuglify is only available since Gnus 5.10.0.
Outlook deuglify is only available since Gnus 5.10.
@ifnottex
@node [4.9], [4.10], [4.8], FAQ 4 - Reading messages
......@@ -1252,7 +1252,7 @@ Answer:
sadly hard tabulators are broken in 5.8.8.
Since 5.10.0, Gnus offers you some very nice new specifiers,
Since 5.10, Gnus offers you some very nice new specifiers,
e.g. %B which draws a thread-tree and %&user-date which
gives you a date where the details are dependent of the
articles age. Here's an example which uses both:
......@@ -1771,7 +1771,7 @@ Answer:
@end example
@noindent
if you already use Gnus 5.10.0, if you still use 5.8.8 or
if you already use Gnus 5.10, if you still use 5.8.8 or
5.9 try this instead:
......@@ -1793,7 +1793,7 @@ Answer:
Answer:
Since 5.10.0 Gnus doesn't generate a sender header by
Since 5.10 Gnus doesn't generate a sender header by
default. For older Gnus' try this in ~/.gnus:
......@@ -1851,10 +1851,10 @@ Answer:
@end example
@noindent
in ~/.gnus. If you use Gnus 5.9 or ealier, you can use this
instead:
instead (works for newer versions a well):
@example
(eval-after-load "message"
'(let (myfqdn "yourmachine.yourdomain.tld");; <-- Edit this!
'(let ((fqdn "yourmachine.yourdomain.tld"));; <-- Edit this!
(if (boundp 'message-user-fqdn)
(setq message-user-fqdn fqdn)
(gnus-message 1 "Redefining `message-make-fqdn'.")
......@@ -2021,7 +2021,7 @@ Answer:
the raw message, look for the message-id, and say
@samp{M-^ the@@message.id RET} in a
summary buffer.
Since Gnus 5.10.0 there's also a Gnus interface for
Since Gnus 5.10 there's also a Gnus interface for
groups.google.com which you can call with
@samp{G W}) in group buffer.
......@@ -2046,9 +2046,9 @@ Answer:
engines and with the help of nnir you can search trough
the indexed mail and generate a temporary group with all
messages which met your search criteria. If this sound
cool to you get nnir.el from
@uref{ftp://ls6-ftp.cs.uni-dortmund.de/pub/src/emacs/}
or @uref{ftp://ftp.is.informatik.uni-duisburg.de/pub/src/emacs/}.
cool to you get nnir.el from the contrib directory of the Gnus
distribution or
@uref{http://quimby.gnus.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/~checkout~/gnus/contrib/nnir.el?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/plain}
Instructions on how to use it are at the top of the file.
@ifnottex
......@@ -2231,7 +2231,7 @@ Answer:
later when you're offline. It kind of mimics offline
newsreaders like e.g. Forte Agent. If you want to use
the Agent place the following in ~/.gnus if you are
still using 5.8.8 or 5.9 (it's the default since 5.10.0):
still using 5.8.8 or 5.9 (it's the default since 5.10):
@example
......@@ -2524,7 +2524,7 @@ Answer:
@noindent
in ~/.emacs. If you don't care about width of CJK
characters or use Gnus 5.10.0 or younger together with a
characters or use Gnus 5.10 or younger together with a
recent GNU Emacs, you should say
......@@ -2538,7 +2538,7 @@ Answer:
two suggestions). Finally if you are still using 5.8.8
or 5.9 and experience speed problems with summary
buffer generation, you definitely should update to
5.10.0 since there quite some work on improving it has
5.10 since there quite some work on improving it has
been done.
@ifnottex
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......@@ -3013,11 +3013,23 @@ tag can be removed from the article subjects in the summary buffer for
the group by putting @code{(gnus-list-identifiers "DOCBOOK-APPS:")}
into the group parameters for the group.
 
This can also be used as a group-specific hook function, if you'd like.
If you want to hear a beep when you enter a group, you could put
something like @code{(dummy-variable (ding))} in the parameters of that
group. @code{dummy-variable} will be set to the result of the
@code{(ding)} form, but who cares?
This can also be used as a group-specific hook function. If you want to
hear a beep when you enter a group, you could put something like
@code{(dummy-variable (ding))} in the parameters of that group.
@code{dummy-variable} will be set to the (meaningless) result of the
@code{(ding)} form.
Alternatively, since the VARIABLE becomes local to the group, this
pattern can be used to temporarily change a hook. For example, if the
following is added to a group parameter
@lisp
(gnus-summary-prepared-hook
'(lambda nil (local-set-key "d" (local-key-binding "n"))))
@end lisp
when the group is entered, the 'd' key will not mark the article as
expired.
 
@end table
 
......@@ -5368,6 +5380,13 @@ to the @code{root} account, you may want to resend it to
This command understands the process/prefix convention
(@pxref{Process/Prefix}).
 
@item S D e
@kindex S D e (Summary)
@findex gnus-summary-resend-message-edit
Like the previous command, but will allow you to edit the message as
if it were a new message before resending.
@item S O m
@kindex S O m (Summary)
@findex gnus-uu-digest-mail-forward
......@@ -9328,6 +9347,26 @@ Here's an example function the does the latter:
@item gnus-mime-multipart-functions
Alist of @acronym{MIME} multipart types and functions to handle them.
 
@vindex gnus-mime-display-multipart-alternative-as-mixed
@item gnus-mime-display-multipart-alternative-as-mixed
Display "multipart/alternative" parts as "multipart/mixed".
@vindex gnus-mime-display-multipart-related-as-mixed
@item gnus-mime-display-multipart-related-as-mixed
Display "multipart/related" parts as "multipart/mixed".
If displaying "text/html" is discouraged, see
@code{mm-discouraged-alternatives} in @ref{Display Customization,
Display Customization, , emacs-mime, Emacs-Mime Manual}. Images or
other material inside a "multipart/related" part might be overlooked
when this variable is nil.
@vindex gnus-mime-display-multipart-as-mixed
@item gnus-mime-display-multipart-as-mixed
Display "multipart" parts as "multipart/mixed". If t, it overrides nil
values of @code{gnus-mime-display-multipart-alternative-as-mixed} and
@code{gnus-mime-display-multipart-related-as-mixed}.
@vindex mm-file-name-rewrite-functions
@item mm-file-name-rewrite-functions
List of functions used for rewriting file names of @acronym{MIME} parts.
......@@ -9424,6 +9463,10 @@ encode using quoted-printable) or @code{t} (always use 8bit).
@cindex coding system aliases
@cindex preferred charset
 
@xref{Encoding Customization, , Encoding Customization, emacs-mime,
The Emacs MIME Manual}, for additional variables that control which
MIME charsets are used when sending messages.
Other charset tricks that may be useful, although not Gnus-specific:
 
If there are several @acronym{MIME} charsets that encode the same Emacs
......@@ -10136,11 +10179,19 @@ the list in one particular group:
@vindex gnus-newsgroup-variables
@item gnus-newsgroup-variables
A list of newsgroup (summary buffer) local variables, or cons of
variables and their default values (when the default values are not
@code{nil}), that should be made global while the summary buffer is
active. These variables can be used to set variables in the group
parameters while still allowing them to affect operations done in
other buffers. For example:
variables and their default expressions to be evalled (when the default
values are not @code{nil}), that should be made global while the summary
buffer is active.
Note: The default expressions will be evaluated (using function
@code{eval}) before assignment to the local variable rather than just
assigned to it. If the default expression is the symbol @code{global},
that symbol will not be evaluated but the global value of the local
variable will be used instead.
These variables can be used to set variables in the group parameters
while still allowing them to affect operations done in other
buffers. For example:
 
@lisp
(setq gnus-newsgroup-variables
......@@ -10149,6 +10200,7 @@ other buffers. For example:
"^From:\\|^Newsgroups:\\|^Subject:\\|^Date:\\|^To:")))
@end lisp
 
Also @pxref{Group Parameters}.
@end table
 
 
......@@ -11269,9 +11321,9 @@ no more new text to scroll in. The default is @code{nil}.
@vindex gnus-article-mode-line-format
@item gnus-article-mode-line-format
This variable is a format string along the same lines as
@code{gnus-summary-mode-line-format} (@pxref{Mode Line Formatting}). It
accepts the same format specifications as that variable, with two
extensions:
@code{gnus-summary-mode-line-format} (@pxref{Summary Buffer Mode
Line}). It accepts the same format specifications as that variable,
with two extensions:
 
@table @samp
 
......@@ -13203,7 +13255,9 @@ expression should @emph{always} be @samp{*} so that it matches any mails
that haven't been matched by any of the other regexps. (These rules are
processed from the beginning of the alist toward the end. The first
rule to make a match will ``win'', unless you have crossposting enabled.
In that case, all matching rules will ``win''.)
In that case, all matching rules will ``win''.) When new groups are
created by splitting mail, you may want to run
@code{gnus-group-find-new-groups} to see the new groups.
 
If you like to tinker with this yourself, you can set this variable to a
function of your choice. This function will be called without any
......@@ -13771,10 +13825,10 @@ If non-@code{nil}, ignore errors when reading mail from a mail source.
 
@item mail-source-directory
@vindex mail-source-directory
Directory where files (if any) will be stored. The default is
@file{~/Mail/}. At present, the only thing this is used for is to say
where the incoming files will be stored if the previous variable is
@code{nil}.
Directory where incoming mail source files (if any) will be stored. The
default is @file{~/Mail/}. At present, the only thing this is used for
is to say where the incoming files will be stored if the variable
@code{mail-source-delete-incoming} is @code{nil} or a number.
 
@item mail-source-incoming-file-prefix
@vindex mail-source-incoming-file-prefix
......@@ -18624,7 +18678,7 @@ following incantation:
 
@example
#!/bin/sh
emacs -batch -l ~/.emacs -f -l ~/.gnus.el gnus-agent-batch >/dev/null 2>&1
emacs -batch -l ~/.emacs -l ~/.gnus.el gnus-agent-batch >/dev/null 2>&1
@end example
 
 
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......@@ -1551,8 +1551,8 @@ This optional header will be computed by Message.
@cindex Sun
@cindex i-did-not-set--mail-host-address--so-tickle-me
This required header will be generated by Message. A unique ID will be
created based on the date, time, user name and system name. For the
domain part, message will look (in this order) at
created based on the date, time, user name (for the local part) and the
domain part. For the domain part, message will look (in this order) at
@code{message-user-fqdn}, @code{system-name}, @code{mail-host-address}
and @code{message-user-mail-address} (i.e. @code{user-mail-address})
until a probably valid fully qualified domain name (FQDN) was found.
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