lproven at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 20:42:04 UTC 2019
On Thu, 11 Apr 2019 at 20:51, Mike Marchywka <marchywka at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks its fetching the headers now. I'll have to see if google sent my mom a note
> telling her what I did lol.
> Besides google being your friend, I have found that source code is often a better
> documentation source than google even with some excellent forums like the overflow/exchange
> series. If i really wanted to know what any of these things are doing I can build them and profile.
> I'm not going to build a browser on this machine but neomutt is possible.
If you can read it. Mostly, I can't. C-like syntax is now the most
popular kind, and I have always found it impenetrable.
Python is better but all the OOPS stuff blows my mind. :-(
> And if I really want to, I guess I can make up a mime type for my own ideas and
> test it with local builds :) Curious now what is involved in rendering a latex document
> in email... That sounds a lot worse than html but again the source is almost human readable.
Augh! Rather thee than me.
AsciiDoc is OK. I like MediaWiki markup. I'm looking into Org Mode.
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