reinersteib+gmane at imap.cc
Sun Dec 12 13:42:02 EST 2004
Dear Bug Team!
I got a report from an XEmacs user telling me that mailing with Gnus
is so complicated and it's documentation is horrible. It turned out
that he was referring to gnus-mime-en and tm-en:
,----[ (info "(gnus-mime-en)Top") ]
| This file documents gnus-mime, a MIME extension for Gnus.
,----[ (info "(gnus-mime-en)Introduction") ]
| *gnus-mime* is a MIME (*Note (tm-en)MIME::) extender for Gnus (*Note
| (gnus)::) using tm (*Note (tm-en)tm-kernel::).
| gnus-mime is for only Gnus. Please use tm-gnus (*Note
| (tm-gnus_en)::) for GNUS.
Is there any reason to include gnus-mime-en.info at all? Gnus can
handle MIME out of the box since Gnus 5.8 so I can hardly see any
reason to include gnus-mime-*.info and related files.
If you cannot remove this stuff, please at least place a *very strong*
note in (gnus-mime-en)Top and in (gnus-mime-en)Introduction, saying
that all this is obsolete.
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