Commit de9b01c4 authored by Xue Fuqiao's avatar Xue Fuqiao
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* doc/emacs/rmail.texi (Rmail Coding): Move here from mule.texi.

parent 64a695bd
2013-07-31 Xue Fuqiao <xfq.free@gmail.com>
* rmail.texi (Rmail Coding): Move here from mule.texi.
* custom.texi (Specifying File Variables): Fix cross-references.
* mule.texi (Unibyte Mode): Fix cross-references.
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......@@ -845,18 +845,6 @@ pattern, are decoded correctly.
Unlike the previous two, this variable does not override any
@samp{-*-coding:-*-} tag.
@c FIXME? This seems somewhat out of place. Move to the Rmail section?
@vindex rmail-file-coding-system
When you get new mail in Rmail, each message is translated
automatically from the coding system it is written in, as if it were a
separate file. This uses the priority list of coding systems that you
have specified. If a MIME message specifies a character set, Rmail
obeys that specification. For reading and saving Rmail files
themselves, Emacs uses the coding system specified by the variable
@code{rmail-file-coding-system}. The default value is @code{nil},
which means that Rmail files are not translated (they are read and
written in the Emacs internal character code).
@node Specify Coding
@section Specifying a File's Coding System
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......@@ -1274,6 +1274,17 @@ It reads the name of a coding system, and then redecodes the message
using the coding system you specified. If you specified the right
coding system, the result should be readable.
@vindex rmail-file-coding-system
When you get new mail in Rmail, each message is translated
automatically from the coding system it is written in, as if it were a
separate file. This uses the priority list of coding systems that you
have specified. If a MIME message specifies a character set, Rmail
obeys that specification. For reading and saving Rmail files
themselves, Emacs uses the coding system specified by the variable
@code{rmail-file-coding-system}. The default value is @code{nil},
which means that Rmail files are not translated (they are read and
written in the Emacs internal character code).
@node Rmail Editing
@section Editing Within a Message
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