Raymond Toy <toy.raymond(a)gmail.com> writes:
I often use gmane to read xemacs beta mail (especially since stupid
gmail never sends me my messages to the xemacs-beta list).
This works quite nicely, but today I wanted to look up some older
messages. The articles have been expired from gmane and are no
longer available, but it does show the author and subject lines.
Just no body.
| # Do you expire articles?
| No, articles are forever.
| # But I saw an article once, and now it's gone.
| Yes. Articles with X-No-Archive and the like disappear after a
| while. And you can't find articles like that in the search engine.
I, too, observe phenomena sometimes. However I never found these
severe enough to justify investigating whether these are Gmane issues,
as opposed to Gnus issues or even XEmacs/Gnus compatibility issues.
Is that something that some xemacs person did? If so, can that be
changed so the messages aren't expired? Or is that a gmane problem?
Larsi is usually very cooperative. Follow the instructions here:
note that "property" can also be used as syntactic sugar to reference
a property, breaking the clean design of verilog; [...]
(seen on http://www.veripool.com/verilog-mode_news.html
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