Re: [JR] X.EXE is broken
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- Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 06:34:10 +0000 (UTC)
I don't consider X.ZIP “ broken ” if it
fails to kill attribution lines now and then.
But, you made a point, a line is now considered “ quoted ”
if it begins with '>', '<' or '[' ( first character only ).
A test, of course, would be Peter Ross' <Drivel> post:
This screenShot shows that the attribution lines were killed;
after muffling the block of >quoted lines, only “ <Drivel> ” remains:
Lines like “ >> > - Hide quoted ” and “ > > - Rādīt citēto tekstu - ”
are discardable blanks ( Gogole's "> - " is the primary trigger ).
A good example is the “ Rādīt citēto tekstu ” in Eric Gisse's post:
After X.ZIP kills the attribution lines,
and muffles blocks of >quoted lines, it looks like: