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[Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/man/gnus.texi

From: Miles Bader
Subject: [Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/man/gnus.texi
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 02:03:26 +0000

Index: emacs/man/gnus.texi
diff -u emacs/man/gnus.texi:1.65 emacs/man/gnus.texi:1.66
--- emacs/man/gnus.texi:1.65    Sat Dec 17 21:41:33 2005
+++ emacs/man/gnus.texi Wed Jan 11 02:03:24 2006
@@ -5491,7 +5491,7 @@
 @cindex digests
 @cindex making digests
 Digest the current series and forward the result to a newsgroup
-(@code{gnus-uu-digest-mail-forward}).  This command uses the
+(@code{gnus-uu-digest-post-forward}).  This command uses the
 process/prefix convention.
 @item S u
@@ -15886,6 +15886,10 @@
 XEmacs and want to use address@hidden group names, you should set
 the value for the @code{nnmail-pathname-coding-system} variable properly.
+The @code{nnrss} back end generates @samp{multipart/alternative}
address@hidden articles in which each contains a @samp{text/plain} part
+and a @samp{text/html} part.
 @cindex OPML
 You can also use the following commands to import and export your
 subscriptions from a file in @acronym{OPML} format (Outline Processor
@@ -15923,6 +15927,15 @@
 the feeds from local files in @code{nnrss-directory}.  You can use
 the command @code{nnrss-generate-download-script} to generate a
 download script using @command{wget}.
address@hidden nnrss-wash-html-in-text-plain-parts
address@hidden means that @code{nnrss} renders text in @samp{text/plain}
+parts as @acronym{HTML}.  The function specified by the
address@hidden variable (@pxref{Display Customization,
+,Display Customization, emacs-mime, The Emacs MIME Manual}) will be used
+to render text.  If it is @code{nil}, which is the default, text will
+simply be folded.  Leave it @code{nil} if you prefer to see
address@hidden/html} parts.
 @end table
 The following code may be helpful, if you want to show the description in
@@ -15940,6 +15953,7 @@
 The following code may be useful to open an nnrss url directly from the
 summary buffer.
 (require 'browse-url)
@@ -15962,6 +15976,31 @@
 (add-to-list 'nnmail-extra-headers nnrss-url-field)
 @end lisp
+Even if you have added @code{"text/html"} to the
address@hidden variable (@pxref{Display
+Customization, ,Display Customization, emacs-mime, The Emacs MIME
+Manual}) since you don't want to see @acronym{HTML} parts, it might be
+more useful especially in @code{nnrss} groups to display
address@hidden/html} parts.  Here's an example of setting
address@hidden as a group parameter (@pxref{Group
+Parameters}) in order to display @samp{text/html} parts only in
address@hidden groups:
+;; @r{Set the default value of @code{mm-discouraged-alternatives}.}
+(eval-after-load "gnus-sum"
+  '(add-to-list
+    'gnus-newsgroup-variables
+    '(mm-discouraged-alternatives
+      . '("text/html" "image/.*"))))
+;; @r{Display @samp{text/html} parts in @code{nnrss} groups.}
+ 'gnus-parameters
+ '("\\`nnrss:" (mm-discouraged-alternatives nil)))
address@hidden lisp
 @node Customizing W3
 @subsection Customizing W3
 @cindex W3

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