Re: [dev] c++ compiler that rocks

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Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2015 02:50:40 -0600

Then fine, set the default as whatever width you like
for symbol wrapping, but should that not be done
client-side? For example, when quoting, won't the
text be pushed out further than that hard-wrap limit?

Presumably, prior to sending you are still using soft
wrapping and then it adds the hard-wrapping after,
correct? Otherwise you would need to manually
rewrap when adding a word. Why not merely move
this step to the receiver?

On 2015-11-30, at 02:22, Timothy Rice <> wrote:

>> And why is it netiquette to have line breaks instead
>> of line wrapping client-side?
> I think someone has just volunteered to submit an RFC on how to send
> electronic mail between computers with a multitude of different
> architectures and screen sizes on the internet in the 21st century.
> Because, you know, the problem hasn't already been dealt with before, and
> the people who never dealt with it in the past have no reason for saying
> that things are best done in a certain way in the present.
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