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SubjectRe: [PATCH] adding PCI bus information to SCSI layer
At 1:32 PM -0300 2001-05-11, Ralf Baechle wrote:
>On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 12:51:25AM -0700, Jonathan Lundell wrote:
>> Kai Henningsen wrote:
>> >What's a lot more important is that the mail standards say that this stuff
>> >should not be interpreted by the receivers as needing wrapping, so
>> >irregardless of good or bad design it's just plain illegal.
>> >
>> >If you want to support wrapping with plain text, investigate
>> >format=flowed.
>>
>> Yes, I did that.
>>
> > I'm curious, though: I haven't found the mail standards that forbid
>> receivers to wrap long lines. Certainly many mail clients do it.
>> What's the relevant RFC?
>
>RFC 2822, 2.1.1.

Thanks. It's not quite a standard yet, but it's true, it does limit
lines to 998 characters. Sort of a strange limit, but there you
are....

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/Jonathan Lundell.
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