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Re: Stopping www4mail command parser

From: Steve Song <ssong@idrc.ca>
Date: Tue, 09 Mar 1999 09:26:39 -0500
Message-Id: <4.1.19990309092313.00a606f0@internet.idrc.ca>
To: www4mail-comments@w3.org
Looks fine to me although I confess I have never seen the 'spaces' or
'TABs' as message terminators but I defer to Rolf long experience with
Getweb.   For me the big one is the 'end' command so that people can
voluntarily terminate their requests.

Cheers... Steve

At 04:48 AM 99/03/09 , www-email-discuss-request@w3.org wrote:
>Okay after checking with Getweb, I have come up with the following lists
>of end commands
>--			First & only word on line
>end			First & only word on the line
>regards,		First & only word on the line
>cheers,			First & only word on the line
>--- Pegasus		First phrase on the line
>_____			Five or more such characters
>=====			Five or more such characters begining a line
>-----			Five or more such charcaters beginning a line
>*****			Five or more such characters beginning a line
>spaces			9 or more consecutive space characters 
>TAB			6 or more tab characters followed by any character
>			any character sequence with 30 or more of 
>			the same characters starting the line 
>e.g ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>Any additions or subtractions to this list?

Steve Song <ssong@idrc.ca>
Unganisha (Connectivity) Project <http://www.idrc.ca/unganisha>
International Development Research Centre
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