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MU-CITE NEWS -- history of major-changes.
Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
* Changes in MU-CITE 8.2
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** New user option `mu-registration-file-coding-system-for-write'
which is used when writing a registration file. The default value is
`iso-2022-7bit'. Note that you should never set the value of the
variable `mu-registration-file-coding-system-for-read' (which was
formerly customizable) if you have no particular reason.
** MU-CITE now supports X-Cite-Me header as well as X-Attribution.
** New user option `fill-column-for-fill-cited-region' specifies an
integer value to override `fill-column' while `fill-cited-region' is
being executed.
* Changes in MU-CITE 8.1
========================
** The obsolete variables and functions are ignored
Don't use the following variables and functions:
mu-cite/cited-prefix-regexp
mu-cite/default-methods-alist
mu-cite/get-field-value-method-alist
mu-cite/instantiation-hook
mu-cite/ml-count-field-list
mu-cite/post-cite-hook
mu-cite/pre-cite-hook
mu-cite/prefix-format
mu-cite/top-format
mu-cite/registration-file
mu-cite/allow-null-string-registration
mu-cite/registration-symbol
mu-cite/cite-original
mu-cite/get-field-value
mu-cite/get-value
* Changes in MU-CITE 8.0
========================
** Requires APEL 9.20 or later
** Requires FLIM 1.12.2 or later
** Text properties in the registration file is not recommended
If you are using Emacs v19, e.g. Mule 2.3, and if you find text properties
as below in your registration file (~/.mu-cite.el in default):
("foo@bar.com" . #("Foo" 0 3 (face bold)))
please copy the following program in *scratch* buffer and type C-j key
after the end of parenthesis for cleaning up the sort of things.
(progn
(require 'mu-register)
(mu-cite-load-registration-file)
(mu-cite-save-registration-file)
)
** New user option `mu-registration-file-modes'
Mode bits of `mu-registration-file', as an integer.
** New user option `mu-registration-file-coding-system-for-read'
Coding system used when reading a registration file.
** Name of functions and variables have been changed
The main changes are as follows:
User options:
mu-cite-cited-prefix-regexp <- mu-cite/cited-prefix-regexp
mu-cite-prefix-format <- mu-cite/prefix-format
mu-cite-top-format <- mu-cite/top-format
mu-cite-instantiation-hook <- mu-cite/instantiation-hook
mu-cite-pre-cite-hook <- mu-cite/pre-cite-hook
mu-cite-post-cite-hook <- mu-cite/post-cite-hook
mu-cite-ml-count-field-list <- mu-cite/ml-count-field-list
mu-cite-default-methods-alist <- mu-cite/default-methods-alist
mu-registration-file <- mu-cite/registration-file
mu-cite-allow-null-string-registration
<- mu-cite/allow-null-string-registration
Functions:
mu-cite-original <- mu-cite/cite-original
mu-cite-get-field-value <- mu-cite/get-field-value
mu-cite-get-value <- mu-cite/get-value
mu-cite-load-registration-file<- mu-cite/load-registration-file
mu-cite-save-registration-file<- mu-cite/save-registration-file
mu-cite-get-prefix-method <- mu-cite/get-prefix-method
mu-cite-get-prefix-register-method
<- mu-cite/get-prefix-register-method
mu-cite-get-prefix-register-verbose-method
<- mu-cite/get-prefix-register-verbose-method
mu-bbdb-get-prefix-method <- mu-cite/get-bbdb-prefix-method
mu-bbdb-get-prefix-register-method
<- mu-cite/get-bbdb-prefix-register-method
mu-bbdb-get-prefix-register-verbose-method
<- mu-cite/get-bbdb-prefix-register-verbose-method
** New file mu-register.el which is re-separated from mu-cite.el
Local variables:
mode: outline
paragraph-separate: "[ ]*$"
end: