On 08-23-14 13:14, mark lewis wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
On Thu, 21 Aug 2014, Bill McGarrity wrote to Nightfox:
I agree, but from what DM said Synch will convert IF your user # is
1, which I take it you are. My issue that I am having right now is
using SMBUTIL to post a message using those codes and even when I
use the fix that DM said to use, the -e1 option, still not working correctly.
i think what is being missed is that the conversion of the @-codes is
not done at posting time but at reading time when the message is
displayed to each user... what you are looking for is that the @-codes
are interpreted at posting time and the results of the interpretation
are posted instead of the actual @-codes... opposite sides of the same fence...
maybe you might have to write a conversion tool to convert the codes before posting as you are desiring?? basically a template interpreter
that generates the finalized text file that smbutil will post...
On 08-25-14 19:02, Digital Man wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
* Originally in: Fidonet BBS Door Discussions
* Originally on: 08-22-14 10:22
How this wound up in the Fido BBS Discussion echo beats me... but here you go DM..
On 08-21-14 18:20, Digital Man wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
There is a difference whereas the SenderExt is not apppearing on the first post.
That is the root cause of the problem. I've committed a fix to
smbutil.c (rev 1.106), so if you can either update your source from CVS and rebuild or download tomorrow morning's snapshot/daily build, that smbutil.exe should include the fix.
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