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Re: Subject field in summary buffer modified

From: Adam Sjøgren
Subject: Re: Subject field in summary buffer modified
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2015 10:31:49 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.130012 (Ma Gnus v0.12) Emacs/24.4 (gnu/linux)

Lars writes:

> (Adam Sjøgren) writes:

>>   Subject: BC Camplight: How To Die In The North [3/6]

>>    [   2: unknown                ] How To Die In The North [3/6]

> Hm. Could the backend be outputting different data in the headers view
> than in the article data?

Good question. I guess you mean the nntp-backend, not, right?

>> I can't for the life if me figure out if this is something I have
>> configured, and forgotten about, or if it is a default behaviour that I
>> need to find out how to suppress.

> Look in your .gnus file for ":"?  :-)

I have poured over my config - I even removed the old stuff I had in
gnus-list-identifiers, gnus-simplify-subject-functions,
gnus-simplify-subject-fuzzy-regexp, and checked that
message-subject-re-regexp is not the culprit...

,----[ C-h v message-subject-re-regexp RET ]
| message-subject-re-regexp is a variable defined in `message.el'.
| Its value is
| "^[   ]*\\([RrSs][EeVv]\\(\\[[0-9]*\\]\\)*:[  ]*\\)*[         ]*"
| Original value was 
| "^[   ]*\\([Rr][Ee]\\(\\[[0-9]*\\]\\)*:[      ]*\\)*[         ]*"
| Documentation:
| *Regexp matching "Re: " in the subject line.

> It could be...  er...  `gnus-simplify-subject-functions', perhaps?  Or
> `gnus-simplify-ignored-prefixes'.

Let me see... Well, they are both nil :-/

  Best regards,


 "Subdued flamboyance"                                        Adam Sjøgren

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