new controlchan, candidate release
rra at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 12 11:31:51 UTC 2001
Marco d'Itri <md at Linux.IT> writes:
> 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.
Thank you! Is this ready for inclusion in CURRENT?
Oh, and did we decide whether to move all the control message stuff to a
new directory in the source distribution (still installing it all into the
same location, of course)? If no one has any objections, I intend to do
that; I think it will be cleaner and make things easier to find.
Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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