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7. * New upstream release [b68c89b] Me...

Author: Manoj
Revision Date: 2008-11-06 23:16:48 UTC

* New upstream release
  [b68c89b] Merge branches 'upstream', 'topic--debian' and 'topic--base64'
  [580b1fe] Merge branch 'upstream' into topic--debian
  [5007800] Merge branch 'upstream' into topic--base64
  [f6416fc] Imported vm-8.0.12
  + Display version info when calling `vm-version' interactively.
    (Thanks to Ulrich Mueller)
  + Yanking of messages uses the same MIME decoding as the presentation
    now. See the new variable `vm-mime-yank-attachments' to configure if
    attachments are also yanked.
  + `u-vm-color.el' is bundled and maintained with VM now. Ulf Jasper
     handed it over to me as he switched to Gnus.
  + Detect w3 by using `locate-library' instead of checking for a bound
    `w3-about'. (Thanks to Klaus Straubinger)
  + vm.revno.el was not installed anymore b "make install". (Thanks to
    Ulrich Mueller for reporting)
  + Insert `emacs-version' instead of creating wrong version string for
    XEmacs, i.e. the patch level was the major version. (Thanks to Stephen
  + Correctly locate the data directory for the pixmaps when running as a
    XEmacs package.
  + Check for some MIME character sets that may be available in recent
    XEmacs. (Thanks to Aidan Kehoe for the patch)
  + Some documentation fixes. (Thanks to Michael Ernst for the patches)
  + Fixed infinite loop in vm-mime-encode-words on XEmacs 21.5-b28.
    (Thanks to Aidan Kehoe for the patch)
  + Detect "score" (additionally to "hits") in "X-Spam-Status:" headers in
    `vm-su-spam-score-aux'. (Patch from Michael Ernst)
  + Typo fix in vm-pcrisis.texinfo. (Patch from Michael Ernst)
  + Header encoding was BASE64 instead of QP by default and it was not
    encoding whole words, but only the 8bit chars instead. (Thanks to Ulrich
    Mueller for reporting)
  + MIME text parts interleaved by attachments are now correctly yanked,
    e.g. when replying to a message.
  + Limit the buffer-name length and sanitize the used characters. (Thanks
    to Mark Diekhans for reporting)
  + Do not fail on corrupted address headers. (Reported by John Covici)
  + Fixed GTK detection and toolbar handling for newer Emacs 22 versions.

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