[PATCH] emacs: use 'gnus-decoded in notmuch-mm-display-part-inline ()
sojkam1 at fel.cvut.cz
Wed May 23 03:20:21 PDT 2012
Tomi Ollila <tomi.ollila at iki.fi> writes:
> When mail message is read from emacs, the message structure
> obtained may contain parts which have content included
> (`text/plain` for example) and other parts where content is not
> included (`text/html` for example).
> In case content is included, the string is already available in
> emacs' internal format and therefore mm-... functions should not
> attempt to do further decoding for the data in temp buffer
> provided for it.
> Currently when reply buffer is created,
> notmuch-mm-display-part-inline () is used to provided quoted reply
> content. This change makes the mm-... functions called by it use
> 'gnus-decoded as charset whenever the content is already available.
> File .../emacs-23.3/lisp/gnus/mm-uu.el mentions:
> "`gnus-decoded' is a fake charset, which means no further decoding."
> I propose this patch is taken into 0.13.1.
LGTM. I use it in my private branch. The bug fixed by this patch is
> Please note that I'm not entirely sure my description above
> is right. So those who knows more of these issues please check
> my "facts".
Your description matches with what I found in
id:"871umc1int.fsf at steelpick.2x.cz".
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