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- Subject: Re: syntaxic shugar proposition : generic do block
- From: Andreas Stenius <kaos@...>
- Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 10:29:42 +0100
PLEASE don't cut out essential information when quoting.
The last two messages are not containing what exactly was the "generic
do block" suggestion, in short. I tried to hunt that message down, in
vain (details don't matter). Keeping essential details within a mail
thread is imho good manners, and helpful. Isn't it? :)
(sorry for mailing something without ANY technical essence; not my fault?)
I might excuse myself as well, but isn't that the point with threaded
So your e-mail software can put them in a nice tree-view, then it should
be enough to just go up the tree to see the original post, making the
replies alot more readable.
I write this becuase I wonder what I missed, since I'm sure this can't
be the case for you, is it? (details does matter around curious minds? :)