Content filtering on XEmacs Beta and XEmacs Patches [was: python compound statement skeletons]
andreas.roehler at online.de
Thu Mar 18 03:19:11 EDT 2010
Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Andreas Roehler writes:
> > Attached a patch.
> The patch was filtered by Mailman, you have my apologies. Please
> I have changed the content filtering on XEmacs Beta and XEmacs Patches
> to allow the following MIME types:
> Note that for review purposes, text/x-patch and text/emacs-lisp are
> *strongly* preferred because they will be automatically displayed in
> *any* properly configured MIME-capable MUA, while allowing MUAs like
> Gnus to be configured to fontlock them. application/emacs-lisp is
> disallowed because the obvious interpretation is "execute me", which
> is hardly a good idea. I'm not sure about application/x-patch, but it
> seems fairly harmless.
> My thanks to Didier and David for forcing me to think this through,
> and my apologies to them, Andreas,
No, no. Thanks, Stephen, for all your care and assistance.
Just stay patient towards errors out of mine.
and anybody else who's lost a patch
> for forgetting to fix up the list config.
> The complete list of allowed types is now:
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