Commit f9f46670 authored by Reiner Steib's avatar Reiner Steib

Update for change of `mail-source-delete-incoming'

Mention problem with coding system `utf-8-emacs' when using different Emacs
versions.
parent 28545f7c
...@@ -21,6 +21,12 @@ this release will store flags for nntp. See a later entry for more ...@@ -21,6 +21,12 @@ this release will store flags for nntp. See a later entry for more
information about nntp marks. Note that downgrading isn't safe in information about nntp marks. Note that downgrading isn't safe in
general. general.
** Incompatibity when switching from Emacs 23 to Emacs 22 In Emacs 23, Gnus
uses Emacs' new internal coding system `utf-8-emacs' for saving articles
drafts and `~/.newsrc.eld'. These file may not be read correctly in
Emacs 22 and below. If you want to Gnus across different Emacs
versions, you may set `mm-auto-save-coding-system' to `emacs-mule'.
** Lisp files are now installed in `.../site-lisp/gnus/' by default. It ** Lisp files are now installed in `.../site-lisp/gnus/' by default. It
defaulted to `.../site-lisp/' formerly. In addition to this, the new defaulted to `.../site-lisp/' formerly. In addition to this, the new
installer issues a warning if other Gnus installations which will shadow installer issues a warning if other Gnus installations which will shadow
...@@ -51,6 +57,12 @@ back end, the PGP passphrase is managed by this mechanism. Passwords ...@@ -51,6 +57,12 @@ back end, the PGP passphrase is managed by this mechanism. Passwords
for ManageSieve connections are managed by this mechanism, after for ManageSieve connections are managed by this mechanism, after
querying the user about whether to do so. querying the user about whether to do so.
* Changes in group mode
** Old intermediate incoming mail files (`Incoming*') are deleted after a
couple of days, not immediately. *Note Mail Source Customization::.
* Changes in summary and article mode * Changes in summary and article mode
...@@ -60,7 +72,7 @@ Articles::. ...@@ -60,7 +72,7 @@ Articles::.
** International host names (IDNA) can now be decoded inside article bodies ** International host names (IDNA) can now be decoded inside article bodies
using `W i' (`gnus-summary-idna-message'). This requires that GNU Libidn using `W i' (`gnus-summary-idna-message'). This requires that GNU Libidn
(`http://www.gnu.org/software/libidn/') has been installed. (<http://www.gnu.org/software/libidn/>) has been installed.
** The non-ASCII group names handling has been much improved. The back ** The non-ASCII group names handling has been much improved. The back
ends that fully support non-ASCII group names are now `nntp', `nnml', ends that fully support non-ASCII group names are now `nntp', `nnml',
...@@ -108,7 +120,7 @@ From Newsgroups::. ...@@ -108,7 +120,7 @@ From Newsgroups::.
** You can replace MIME parts with external bodies. See ** You can replace MIME parts with external bodies. See
`gnus-mime-replace-part' and `gnus-article-replace-part'. *Note MIME `gnus-mime-replace-part' and `gnus-article-replace-part'. *Note MIME
Commands::, *note Using MIME::. Commands::, *Note Using MIME::.
** The option `mm-fill-flowed' can be used to disable treatment of ** The option `mm-fill-flowed' can be used to disable treatment of
format=flowed messages. Also, flowed text is disabled when sending format=flowed messages. Also, flowed text is disabled when sending
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