new controlchan, candidate release
md at Linux.IT
Mon Mar 12 11:03:59 UTC 2001
On Mar 11, Russ Allbery <rra at stanford.edu> wrote:
>- Storing information from multiple occurances of the same header is
> always annoying.
I think headers normalization is more useful in this context because
it protects the whole program from weird headers.
No information is lost because the original headers are user where it
matters, like when mailing a control message to the admin.
>- It may make some of the handlers (the ones that send mail) more readable
> to use heredocs rather than long concatenated strings.
I'm sending you the updated code.
Next month I hope I'll be able to finish the docheckgroups rewrite
(which is harder than it appears).
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