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From: mark lewis
To: Digital Man
Date: 2019-04-15 13:47:30
Subject: Word wrapping

 On 2019 Apr 15 01:09:00, you wrote to me:

 ml>> here's the beginning of another paragraph. Lorem ipsum dolor sit
[trim]
 ml>> ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. and here's the end of this one
 ml>> paragraph...

 DM> So... that paragraph was received ever over FidoNet as multiple <80 col
 DM> lines:

[trim]

 DM> Now SMB storage does store line-endings ("hard-CRs" or
FidoNet) as CRLF (0d
 DM> 0a) pairs, but it certainly doesn't break long lines. Are you sure your
 DM> paragraph was sent out as one overly-long line?

it should have been... i'll have to do some testing and grab the packet
before sbbsecho gets it... the trail from here is

  GoldED->HPT->binkd->BinkIt.js->sbbsecho->fidonet links

it may have been modified in transit which is something a few of us have
been trying to track down... can you provide the PATH line for that message
so we can see how it arrived at Vert, please?

)\/(ark

Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
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it wrong...
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