At 09:17 AM 10/2/00, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>2) How would this impact the ignoring of quoted token messages while
> looking for a trailing "accept"? (We always include the "accept" in
> quotes, so technically it should never appear bare in the message unless
> the user typed it.
Or unless you're a GEEK like me that customizes the server messages!
(damn nifty feature of Mj2, which prevents me from sending in a bunch
of enhancement requests and allows me to adapt to the sort of errors
my users are making by suggesting other things they SHOULD do)
I put all sorts of valid Mj2 commands in there, including some that
have real addresses in them, so the user can copy/paste entire lines
at a time instead of thinking so much. Unquoting them will cause problems.
Here's an example from my welcome file:
approve $PASSWORD unsubscribe $LIST $USER
Note that the variables get filled in and would nail the subscription.
>3) Wouldn't this just cause more harm than good? The quoting protects us
> from ever seeing a spurious command in a big quoted reply sent to