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+1998-01-24  SL Baur  <steve@altair.xemacs.org>
+
+	* Makefile (VERSION): Update to package standard 1.0.
+	* package-info.in: Ditto.
+
 1998-01-17  SL Baur  <steve@altair.xemacs.org>
 
 	* Makefile (REQUIRES): Add apel, mh-e, and rmail.
 # the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
 # Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
 
-VERSION = 1.03
+VERSION = 1.04
+AUTHOR_VERSION =
+MAINTAINER = XEmacs Development Team <xemacs-beta@xemacs.org>
 PACKAGE = tm
 PKG_TYPE = regular
 REQUIRES = gnus mh-e rmail vm mailcrypt mail-lib apel xemacs-base
 
 all:: $(ELCS) auto-autoloads.elc texi
 
+clean::
+	rm -f texi/*.info
+
 texi:
 	$(MAKE) EMACS=xemacs -C texi info
 
 	rm -rf $(STAGING)/info/tm-*.info*
 	-mkdir -p $(STAGING)/lisp/$(PACKAGE)
 	-mkdir -p $(STAGING)/info
-	cp -a ChangeLog *.el* $(STAGING)/lisp/$(PACKAGE)
-	cp -a texi/*.info* $(STAGING)/info
+	$(RCOPY) ChangeLog *.el* $(STAGING)/lisp/$(PACKAGE)
+	$(RCOPY) texi/*.info* $(STAGING)/info
 	(cd $(STAGING); \
 	rm -f $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)-pkg.tar*; \
 	tar cf $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)-pkg.tar lisp/$(PACKAGE) \
 (tm
-  (version VERSION
+  (standards-version 1.0
+   version VERSION
+   author-version AUTHOR_VERSION
+   date DATE
+   build-date BUILD_DATE
+   maintainer MAINTAINER
+   distribution stable
+   priority low
+   category CATEGORY
+   dump nil
    description "Emacs MIME support."
    filename FILENAME
    md5sum MD5SUM

texi/gnus-mime-en.info

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-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Top,  Next: Introduction,  Prev: (dir),  Up: (dir)
-
-gnus-mime 0.10 reference manual (English Version)
-*************************************************
-
-   This file documents gnus-mime, a MIME extension for Gnus.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Introduction::                What is gnus-mime?
-* Automatic MIME Preview::      Inline display for MIME message
-* mule::                        Internationalization
-* MIME-Edit::                   Composing MIME messages
-* Concept Index::
-* Function Index::
-* Variable Index::
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Introduction,  Next: Automatic MIME Preview,  Prev: Top,  Up: Top
-
-What is gnus-mime?
-******************
-
-   *gnus-mime* is a MIME (*Note (tm-en)MIME::) extender for Gnus (*Note
-(gnus)::) using tm (*Note (tm-en)tm-kernel::).
-
-*[Notice]*
-     gnus-mime is for only Gnus.  Please use tm-gnus (*Note
-     (tm-gnus_en)::) for GNUS.
-
-   gnus-mime supports automatic MIME preview in `"*Article*"' buffer
-using tm-view (*Note (tm-view-en)::).  In particular, with XEmacs, it
-decodes images as same as text.
-
-   In addition, gnus-mime supports multilingual/internationalization
-feature for mule such as MULE (*Note (tm-en)mule::), XEmacs/mule and
-mule merged Emacs.  It supports code-conversion by MIME charset or
-depended default MIME charset of newsgroups.
-
-   For RFC 1522, original Gnus supports only Q-encoded iso-8859-1
-(*Note (tm-en)iso-8859-1::) encoded-word (*Note (tm-en)encoded-word::).
-So gnus-mime supports more MIME charsets, such as iso-8859-2 (*Note
-(tm-en)iso-8859-2::), iso-8859-3 (*Note (tm-en)iso-8859-3::), ...,
-iso-2022-jp (*Note (tm-en)iso-2022-jp::), euc-kr (*Note
-(tm-en)euc-kr::), iso-2022-kr (*Note (tm-en)iso-2022-kr::), gb2312,
-hz-gb-2312 (*Note (tm-en)hz-gb-2312::), cn-big5 (*Note
-(tm-en)cn-big5::), and B-encoding.  In addition, original Gnus does not
-support unfolding or space elimination rule of RFC 1522.  gnus-mime is
-more rightful.
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Automatic MIME Preview,  Next: mule,  Prev: Introduction,  Up: Top
-
-Inline display for MIME message
-*******************************
-
-   *automatic MIME preview* feature is available for gnus-mime.  In
-automatic MIME preview mode, when reading an article in summary mode,
-gnus-mime displays preview buffer processed by tm-view instead of raw
-article buffer. (cf. *Note (tm-view-en)::)
-
-   Therefore if an article is encoded by Base64 (*Note (tm-en)Base64::)
-or Quoted-Printable (*Note (tm-en)Quoted-Printable::), a decoded
-article is displayed.  Or rich text article, such as text/enriched
-(*Note (tm-en)text/enriched::) format, is automatic formated.  Of
-course, multipart (*Note (tm-en)multipart::) article is dealt with
-correctly.
-
-   In addition, in *XEmacs*, images are displayed in preview buffer as
-same as text.
-
-   Different from using metamail, speaker does not roar just then read
-an article includes audio content, video player does not play just then
-read an article includes video content, it does not do anonymous ftp
-(*Note (tm-en)ftp::) or send mail when read an article includes
-external-message.  These contents are played when you do decoding
-command in preview buffer.
-
-   However if you use a slow machine, or are just really impatient, you
-can stop automatic MIME preview.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* MIME processing::             How to process MIME in Article Buffer
-* Two buffers for an article::  Mechanism of Automatic MIME preview
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: MIME processing,  Next: Two buffers for an article,  Prev: Automatic MIME Preview,  Up: Automatic MIME Preview
-
-How to process MIME in Article Buffer
-=====================================
-
-   When `gnus-show-mime' is not `nil' and an article has Mime-Version
-field in its message header, namely it is a MIME message, Gnus calls
-`gnus-show-mime-method' to process MIME.
-
-   When `gnus-strict-mime' is `nil' and `gnus-show-mime' is not `nil',
-Gnus calls `gnus-show-mime-method' even if an message does not have
-Mime-Version field in its message header.
-
-   Gnus 5.2 or later calls `gnus-show-mime-method' when
-`gnus-strict-mime' is not `nil' and an article does not have
-Mime-Version field.  Notice that old Gnus does not have it, so it may
-be better to set `gnus-strict-mime' to `nil'.
-
- - Variable: gnus-show-mime
-     If it is not `nil', Gnus do automatic MIME preview.  Default value
-     is `t'.
-
-     It is a variable of Gnus, so if gnus is loaded before gnus-mime is
-     loaded, default value is not guaranteed.
-
-     (cf. *Note (gnus)Using MIME::)
-
- - Variable: gnus-show-mime-method
-     Gnus calls function bound by it to process MIME.  Default value is
-     `gnus-article-preview-mime-message'.
-
-     It is a variable of Gnus, so if gnus is loaded before gnus-mime is
-     loaded, default value is not guaranteed.
-
-     (cf. *Note (gnus)Using MIME::)
-
- - Variable: gnus-decode-encoded-word-method
-     Gnus calls function bound by it to decode encoded-words.  Default
-     value is `gnus-article-decode-encoded-word'.
-
-     It is a variable of Gnus, so if gnus is loaded before gnus-mime is
-     loaded, default value is not guaranteed.
-
-     In addition, it is not available at Gnus 5.0.* or Gnus 5.1.
-
-*[Notice]*
-     gnus-mime uses some variables of Gnus and defines different default
-     values by `defvar'.  For example, gnus-mime's default value of
-     `gnus-show-mime' is `t' instead of `nil'.  Or its default value of
-     `gnus-show-mime-method' is `gnus-article-preview-mime-message'
-     instead of `metamail-buffer'.  (cf. *Note (gnus)Using MIME::)
-
-     gnus-mime uses `defvar' instead of `setq', because of respect
-     user's setting before gnus-mime is loaded, such as using
-     `~/.emacs'.  But it has a problem.  If gnus is loaded before
-     gnus-mime is loaded, features of gnus-mime is not available in
-     default even if gnus-mime is loaded.  Therefore there is serious
-     problem to load gnus before gnus-mime is loaded.  In other words,
-     setting in `~/.gnus', such as to load `gnus-mime' or `mime-setup',
-     is not good way.  If you want such way, please do setting for
-     `gnus-show-mime' and `gnus-show-mime-method'.
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Two buffers for an article,  Prev: MIME processing,  Up: Automatic MIME Preview
-
-Mechanism of Automatic MIME preview
-===================================
-
-   Gnus 5.2 or later has two buffers for an article,
-`gnus-original-article-buffer' (`" *Original Article*"') and
-`gnus-article-buffer' (`"*Article*"').  The former is called *raw
-article buffer*, the latter is called *preview buffer*.
-
-   Content of raw article buffer is non-processed "raw message".  In
-particular, for emacs variants includes mule (*Note (tm-en)mule::)
-features, message is not code-converted in it.
-
-   Content of preview buffer is MIME processed message to display for
-user.  In particular, for emacs variants includes mule features,
-non-ASCII message is code-converted in it by MIME charset or default
-MIME charset (*Note (tm-en)MIME charset::) for selected newsgroup.
-
-   Gnus 5.0.* and Gnus 5.1 don't have distinction between raw article
-buffer and preview buffer.  So gnus-mime emulate raw article buffer.  It
-is unnatural, so it may be better to use Gnus 5.2 or later, which are
-designed for tm-view.
-
-   (cf. *Note (tm-view-en)Two buffers for an article::)
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: mule,  Next: MIME-Edit,  Prev: Automatic MIME Preview,  Up: Top
-
-Internationalization
-********************
-
-   For emacs variants includes mule feature, such as MULE (*Note
-(tm-en)MULE::), XEmacs/mule and Emacs/mule(*1), gnus-mime supports
-code-conversion by MIME charset (*Note (tm-en)MIME charset::) or
-`default-mime-charset' of selected newsgroup.
-
-*[Memo]*
-     (*1) It means next generation of Emacs includes mule features.  Now
-     (October 1996), HANDA Ken'ichi and RMS are developing it.
-
-   Detail of code conversion is following:
-
-  1. If a newsgroup is selected, MIME charset for the newsgroup is
-     searched from `gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist'.  If it is
-     found, it is set to buffer local variable `default-mime-charset'
-     of Summary Buffer.  If not found, global value of
-     `default-mime-charset' is used.
-
-  2. Non-ASCII characters in Summary Buffer are code-converted by
-     `default-mime-charset' in Summary Buffer.
-
-  3. encoded-word (*Note (tm-en)encoded-word::) are code-converted by
-     their specified MIME charset (*Note (tm-en)MIME charset::).
-
-  4. Code-conversion of articles are following:
-
-       1. If a part of a MIME message has charset parameter of
-          Content-Type field (*Note (tm-en)Content-Type field::), it is
-          code-converted by the MIME charset.
-
-       2. When there are no specified MIME charset, such as message
-          header or non-MIME message, they are code-converted by
-          `default-mime-charset' in Summary Buffer.
-
- - Variable: gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist
-     Association-list regexp for newsgroup vs. symbol for default MIME
-     charset.
-
-     Default setting are following:
-
-    `alt.chinese.*'
-          hz-gb-2312 (*Note (tm-en)hz-gb-2312::)
-
-    `alt.chinese.text.big5, hk.*, hkstar.*, tw.*'
-          cn-big5 (*Note (tm-en)cn-big5::)
-
-    `fj.*'
-          iso-2022-jp-2 (*Note (tm-en)iso-2022-jp-2::)
-
-    `han.*'
-          euc-kr (*Note (tm-en)euc-kr::)
-
-    `relcom.*'
-          koi8-r (*Note (tm-en)koi8-r::)
-
-     If there is no MIME charsets for a newsgroup,
-     `default-mime-charset' is used as default MIME charset.
-
- - Function: gnus-set-newsgroup-default-charsetnewsgroup CHARSET
-     Set default MIME CHARSET of NEWSGROUP to
-     `gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist'.
-
-     NEWSGROUP is string of newsgroup name or category, for
-     `"gnu.emacs.gnus"', `"gnu.emacs"', `"gnu"'.
-
-     CHARSET is symbol of MIME charset, for example `iso-8859-1',
-     `iso-2022-jp'.
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: MIME-Edit,  Next: Concept Index,  Prev: mule,  Up: Top
-
-Composing MIME messages
-***********************
-
-   If using mime-setup (*Note (tm-en)mime-setup::), you can edit MIME
-message in message-mode using tm-edit (*Note (tm-edit-en)::).
-
-*[Notice]*
-     Default setting of mime-setup avoids automatic inserting signature
-     when sending a message.
-
-     (cf. *Note (tm-en)mime-setup::)
-
-   gnus-mime does not have implementation for `C-c C-x C-m'
-(`mime-editor/insert-mail').  Because gnus-mime does not know which
-mail-reader should be used.  In addition, `C-c C-x C-y'
-(`mime-editor/insert-message') is enough to insert mail (namely to
-select a mail group and select a message to insert, then it is available
-to insert the mail message).
-
-   However you can use `C-c C-x C-m' to specify an implementation of
-`message-mode' to `mime-editor/mail-inserter-alist'.
-
-Example: same as `C-c C-x C-m'
-==============================
-
-     (set-alist 'mime-editor/mail-inserter-alist
-     	   'message-mode (function message-mime-insert-article))
-
-Example: including from MH folder
-=================================
-
-     (autoload 'tm-mh-e/insert-mail "tm-mh-e")
-     
-     (set-alist 'mime-editor/mail-inserter-alist
-     	   'message-mode (function tm-mh-e/insert-mail))
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Concept Index,  Next: Function Index,  Prev: MIME-Edit,  Up: Top
-
-Concept Index
-*************
-
-* Menu:
-
-* automatic MIME preview:                Automatic MIME Preview.
-* gnus-mime:                             Introduction.
-* preview buffer:                        Two buffers for an article.
-* raw article buffer:                    Two buffers for an article.
-* XEmacs:                                Automatic MIME Preview.
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Function Index,  Next: Variable Index,  Prev: Concept Index,  Up: Top
-
-Function Index
-**************
-
-* Menu:
-
-* gnus-set-newsgroup-default-charsetnewsgroup: mule.
-
-
-File: gnus-mime-en.info,  Node: Variable Index,  Prev: Function Index,  Up: Top
-
-Variable Index
-**************
-
-* Menu:
-
-* gnus-decode-encoded-word-method:       MIME processing.
-* gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist:  mule.
-* gnus-show-mime:                        MIME processing.
-* gnus-show-mime-method:                 MIME processing.
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-Gnus 5.2 $B0J9_$G$O!"(B`gnus-strict-mime' $B$,(B `nil' $B$G$J$/!"$+$D!"(Barticle $B$K(B 
-Mime-Version field $B$,$J$$>l9g!"(B`gnus-show-mime-method' $B$,8F$P$l$kBe$o$j$K(B 
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-$B$O$J$$$N$G!"$3$N>l9g!"(B`gnus-strict-mime' $B$O(B `nil' $B$K$7$F$*$$$?J}$,NI$$$G$7$g(B
-$B$&!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: gnus-show-mime
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-     $B$3$NJQ?t$,(B `nil' $B$G$J$$$H$-!"(Bautomatic MIME preview $B$,9T$J$o$l$^$9!#(B
-     $B4{DjCM$O(B `t' $B$G$9!#(B
-
-     $B$3$NJQ?t$O(B Gnus $B$NJQ?t$J$N$G!"(Bgnus-mime $B$,(B load $B$5$l$kA0$K(B gnus $B$,(B 
-     load $B$5$l$?>l9g!"4{DjCM$OJ]>Z$5$l$^$;$s!#(B
-
-     (cf. *Note (gnus)Using MIME::)
-
-
- -- Variable: gnus-show-mime-method
-
-     MIME $B=hM}$r9T$J$&;~$K!"$3$NJQ?t$KB+G{$5$l$?4X?t$,8F$P$l$^$9!#4{DjCM$O(B 
-     `gnus-article-preview-mime-message' $B$G$9!#(B
-
-     $B$3$NJQ?t$O(B Gnus $B$NJQ?t$J$N$G!"(Bgnus-mime $B$,(B load $B$5$l$kA0$K(B gnus $B$,(B 
-     load $B$5$l$?>l9g!"4{DjCM$OJ]>Z$5$l$^$;$s!#(B
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-     (cf. *Note (gnus)Using MIME::)
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-
- -- Variable: gnus-decode-encoded-word-method
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-     `gnus-show-mime' $B$H(B `gnus-strict-mime' $B$,$H$b$K(B `nil' $B$G$J$$>l9g$K!"(B
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-     $B$3$NJQ?t$O(B Gnus $B$NJQ?t$J$N$G!"(Bgnus-mime $B$,(B load $B$5$l$kA0$K(B gnus $B$,(B 
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-     $B$^$?!"(BGnus 5.0.* $B$*$h$S(B Gnus 5.1 $B$G$OL58z$G$9!#(B
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-*[$BCm0U(B]*
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-     gnus-mime $B$O(B Gnus $B$NJQ?t$rMQ$$!"$3$l$r(B gnus-mime $B$N=i4|CM$G(B`defvar' 
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-     `gnus-article-preview-mime-message' $B$G(B `defvar' $B$7$F$$$^$9!#(B
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-     `setq' $B$G$O$J$/(B `defvar' $B$rMQ$$$F$$$k$N$O(B gnus-mime $B$,(B load$B$5$l$kA0$K(B 
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-     `gnus-show-mime-method' $B$N@_Dj$r9T$C$F$/$@$5$$!#(B
-
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-File: gnus-mime-ja.info, Node: Two buffers for an article, Prev: MIME processing, Up: Automatic MIME Preview
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-Automatic MIME preview $B$N;EAH$_(B
-===============================
-
-Gnus 5.2 $B0J9_$G$O(B Gnus $B$O#1$D$N(B article $B$KBP$7$F(B 
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-`gnus-article-buffer' (`"*Article*"') $B$H$$$&#2$D$N(B buffer $B$r;}$C(B
-$B$F$$$^$9!#$3$3$G$OA0<T$r(B *raw article buffer*, $B8e<T$r(B 
-*preview buffer* $B$H8F$V$3$H$K$7$^$9!#(B
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-raw article buffer $B$K$O2?$b=hM}$r$5$l$F$$$J$$!X@8$N(B article$B!Y$,F~$C$F$$$^(B
-$B$9!#FC$K!"(Bmule (*Note (tm-ja)mule::) $B$G$O(B code $BJQ49$r9T$J$o$J$$>uBV$N5-;v(B
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-
-preview buffer $B$O(B raw article buffer $B$r85$K(B MIME $B=hM}$r9T$J$C$F@07A$5$l$?(B
-$B5-;v$,F~$j$^$9!#FC$K!"(Bmule $B$N>l9g!"$3$NCf$G!"(Bcharset $B$b$7$/$O(B newsgroup $BKh(B
-$B$K;XDj$5$l$?J8;z(B code $B$G$N(B code $BJQ49$,9T$J$o$l$^$9!#(B
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-Gnus 5.0.* $B$*$h$S(B Gnus 5.1 $B$G$O(B raw article buffer $B$H(B preview buffer $B$N6h(B
-$BJL$O$"$j$^$;$s$,(B gnus-mime $B$,L5M}LpM}(B raw article buffer $B$r:n$j=P$7$F$$$^(B
-$B$9!#$h$C$F!"FC$KM}M3$,$J$1$l$P(B Gnus 5.2 $B0J9_$r;H$o$l$k$3$H$r$*4+$a$7$^$9!#(B
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-(cf. *Note (tm-view-ja)Two buffers for an article::)
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-$B9q:]2=(B
-******
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-MULE (*Note (tm-ja)mule::), XEmacs/mule, $B$*$h$S!"(Bmule $BE}9gHG(B Emacs (*1) $B$J(B
-$B$I$N(B mule $B5!G=$r;}$C$?(B emacs $B$G$O(B MIME charset (*Note (tm-ja)MIME
-charset::) $B$*$h$S!"Hs(B MIME message/part $B$KBP$9$k(B newsgroup $BKh$K;XDj$5$l$?(B 
-`default-mime-charset' $B$G$N(B code $BJQ49$,9T$o$l$^$9!#(B
-
-*[Memo]*
-     (*1) 1996 $BG/(B 10 $B7n8=:_!"H>ED(B $B7u0l(B $B;a$H(B RMS $B;a$,3+H/Cf$N(B Emacs $B$G!"(B
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-     $B$7$F$$$^$9!#(B
-
-
-$B6qBNE*$K$O!"(Bcode $BJQ49$O<!$N$h$&$K9T$o$l$^$9!'(B
-
-  1. $B$"$k(B newsgroup $B$rA*Br$9$k$H!"$=$N(B newsgroup $B$KBP1~$9$k(B default $B$N(B 
-     MIME charset $B$r(B `gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist' $B$+$iA\$7!"$b$7!"(B
-     $B8+IU$+$l$P!"(BSummary Buffer $B$N(B buffer local $BJQ?t(B
-     `default-mime-charset' $B$K$=$l$r@_Dj$9$k!#$b$7!"$J$1$l$P!"(B
-     `default-mime-charset' $B$NBg0hCM$,MQ$$$i$l$k!#(B
-
-  2. Summary Buffer $BCf$NHs(B ASCII $BJ8;z$O(B `default-mime-charset' $B$N(B 
-     Summary Buffer $B>e$G$NCM$G(B code $BJQ49$5$l$k!#(B
-
-  3. encoded-word (*Note (tm-ja)encoded-word::) $B$N>l9g!"@k8@$5$l$?(B MIME
-     charset (*Note (tm-ja)MIME charset::) $B$G(B code $BJQ49$r9T$&!#(B
-
-  4. article $B$N(B code $BJQ49$O!'(B
-
-       1. $B$b$7!"$"$k(B MIME message $B$N$"$k(B part $B$,(B Content-Type field
-          (*Note (tm-ja)Content-Type field::) $B$K(B charset parameter $B$r;}$C(B
-          $B$F$$$l$P!"$=$N(B MIME charset $B$rMQ$$$F(B code $BJQ49$r9T$&!#(B
-
-       2. message header $B$dHs(B MIME message $B$J$I!"(Bcharset $B$,@k8@$5$l$F$$$J(B
-          $B$$>l9g!"(BSummary Buffer $B>e$N(B `default-mime-charset' $B$NCM$G(B code 
-          $BJQ49$5$l$k!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist
-
-     newsgroup $B$KBP1~$9$k@55,I=8=$H(B default MIME charset $B$rI=$9(B symbol $B$N(B
-     $BBP$+$i$J$kO"A[(B list.
-
-     $B4{DjCM$G$O!"(Balt.chinese.* $B$G$O(B hz-gb-2312 (*Note
-     (tm-ja)hz-gb-2312::), alt.chinese.text.big5, hk.*, hkstar.*, tw.* $B$G(B
-     $B$O(B cn-big5 (*Note (tm-ja)cn-big5::), fj.* $B$G$O(B iso-2022-jp-2 (*Note
-     (tm-ja)iso-2022-jp-2::), han.* $B$G$O(B euc-kr (*Note (tm-ja)euc-kr::),
-     relcom.* $B$G$O(B koi8-r (*Note (tm-ja)koi8-r::) $B$,;XDj$5$l$F$$$^$9!#(B
-
-     $B$"$k(B newsgroup $B$KBP1~$9$k(B MIME charset $B$,B8:_$7$J$$>l9g$O(B
-     `default-mime-charset' $B$,MQ$$$i$l$^$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Function: gnus-set-newsgroup-default-charsetnewsgroup CHARSET
-
-     NEWSGROUP $B$KBP$9$k(B default MIME charset $B$r(B CHARSET $B$K@_Dj$9$k!#(B
-
-     NEWSGROUP $B$O(B newsgroup $BL>$+$=$N0lIt$+$i$J$kJ8;zNs!#!JNc!'(B
-     `"gnu.emacs.gnus"', `"gnu.emacs"', `"gnu"'$B!K(B
-
-     CHARSET $B$O(B MIME charset $B$rI=$9(B symbol. $B!JNc!'(B`iso-8859-1',
-     `iso-2022-jp'$B!K(B
-
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-File: gnus-mime-ja.info, Node: MIME-Edit, Next: Concept Index, Prev: mule, Up: Top
-
-MIME message $B$N:n@.(B
-*******************
-
-mime-setup (*Note (tm-ja)mime-setup::) $B$r;H$C$F$$$k>l9g!"(Btm-edit (*Note
-(tm-edit-ja)::) $B$rMQ$$$?(B MIME message $B$N:n@.$r9T$&$3$H$,$G$-$^$9!#(B
-
-*[$BCm0U(B]*
-
-     mime-setup $B$NI8=`@_Dj$G$O(B signature $B$N<+F0A^F~$,M^@)$5$l$^$9!#(B
-
-     (cf. *Note (tm-ja)mime-setup::)
-
-
-`C-c C-x C-m' (`mime-editor/insert-mail') $B$KBP$9$k<BAu$OI8=`$G$OM?$($i$l$^(B
-$B$;$s!#$3$l$O!"(BGnus $B$HAH$_9g$o$;$k$Y$-(B mail reader $B$r$I$&$9$l$PNI$$$+$,H=$i(B
-$B$J$$$+$i$G$9!#$^$?!"BgDq$N>l9g!"(B`C-c C-x C-y'
-(`mime-editor/insert-message') $B$G;vB-$j$k!JB($A!"A^F~$7$?$$(Bmessage $B$rA*Br(B
-$B$7$F$=$N(B `"*Article*"' buffer $B$rI=<($9$l$P$=$N(Bmessage $B$r(B `C-c C-x C-y' $B$G(B
-$BA^F~$9$k$3$H$,$G$-$^$9!K$+$i$G$9!#(B
-
-$B$7$+$7$J$,$i!"(B`mime-editor/mail-inserter-alist' $B$N(B`message-mode' $B$NCM$K@_(B
-$BDj$7$?$$<BAu$r;XDj$9$k$3$H$G(B `C-c C-x C-m' $B$rMxMQ$9$k$3$H$,$G$-$^$9!#(B
-
-
-
-$BNc!'(B`C-c C-x C-m' $B$HF1$8F0:n$r$5$;$k>l9g(B
-========================================
-
-     (set-alist 'mime-editor/mail-inserter-alist
-     	   'message-mode (function message-mime-insert-article))
-
-
-
-
-$BNc!'(BMH $B$N(B folder $B$+$i<h$j9~$`>l9g(B
-=================================
-
-     (autoload 'tm-mh-e/insert-mail "tm-mh-e")
-
-     (set-alist 'mime-editor/mail-inserter-alist
-     	   'message-mode (function tm-mh-e/insert-mail))
-
-
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-$B35G0:w0z(B
-********
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-* Menu:
-
-* automatic MIME preview:       Automatic MIME Preview.  4.
-* gnus-mime:                    Introduction.           4.
-* preview buffer:               Two buffers for an article.  4.
-* raw article buffer:           Two buffers for an article.  4.
-* XEmacs:                       Automatic MIME Preview.  4.
-
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-
-$B4X?t:w0z(B
-********
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-* Menu:
-
-* gnus-set-newsgroup-default-charsetnewsgroup: mule.    58.
-
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-
-$BJQ?t:w0z(B
-********
-
-
-* Menu:
-
-* gnus-decode-encoded-word-method: MIME processing.     44.
-* gnus-newsgroup-default-charset-alist: mule.           43.
-* gnus-show-mime:               MIME processing.        22.
-* gnus-show-mime-method:        MIME processing.        33.

texi/tm-edit-en.info

-This is Info file tm-edit-en.info, produced by Makeinfo version 1.68
-from the input file tm-edit-en.texi.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: Top,  Next: Introduction,  Prev: (dir),  Up: (dir)
-
-tm-edit 7.100 Reference Manual (English Version)
-************************************************
-
-   This file documents tm-edit, a MIME composer for GNU Emacs.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Introduction::                What is tm-edit?
-* mime/editor-mode::
-* single-part operations::
-* enclosure operation::
-* other operations of mime/editor-mode::
-* tag specification for inserted file::  Default media-type or encoding for inserted file
-* transfer level::
-* header::                      Using non-ASCII characters in header
-* PGP::
-* Acknowledgments::
-* Concept Index::
-* Function Index::
-* Variable Index::
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: Introduction,  Next: mime/editor-mode,  Prev: Top,  Up: Top
-
-What is tm-edit?
-****************
-
-   *tm-edit* is a general MIME composer for GNU Emacs.
-
-   tm-edit is based on mime.el by UMEDA Masanobu
-<umerin@mse.kyutech.ac.jp>, who is famous as the author of GNUS.
-tm-edit expands following points from `mime.el':
-
-   * based on RFC 1521/1522
-
-   * Content-Disposition field (*Note (tm-en)Content-Disposition::)
-     (RFC 1806) supports
-
-   * nested multi-part message (*Note (tm-en)multipart::)
-
-   * PGP (*Note PGP::) (PGP/MIME (RFC 2015) based on security multipart
-     (RFC 1847) and application/pgp based on traditional PGP)
-
-   * strength automatic specification for parameter of file type
-
-   In tm-MUA (*Note (tm-en)tm-MUA::), you can edit MIME message easily
-to use tm-edit.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: mime/editor-mode,  Next: single-part operations,  Prev: Introduction,  Up: Top
-
-mime/editor-mode
-****************
-
-   *mime/editor-mode* is a minor mode to compose MIME message.  In this
-mode, *tag* represents various kinds of data, you can edit multi part
-(*Note (tm-en)multipart::) message.
-
-   There are 2 kinds of tags:
-
-   *  single-part tag
-
-   *  multi-part tag
-
-   single-part tag represents single part, this form is following:
-
-             --[[TYPE/SUBTYPE;PARAMETERS][ENCODING]
-             OPTIONAL-FIELDS]
-
-   TYPE/SUBTYPE and PARAMETERS indicates type/subtype and parameters of
-Content-Type field (*Note (tm-en)Content-Type field::).  TYPE/SUBTYPE is
-required, PARAMETERS is optional.
-
-   ENCODING indicates Content-Transfer-Encoding field.  It is optional
-too.
-
-   OPTIONAL-FIELDS is to represent another fields except Content-Type
-field and Content-Transfer-Encoding field.
-
-   multi-part tags represent multi part (*Note (tm-en)multipart::).
-They consist of a pair of *multi-part beginning tag* and *multi-part
-ending tag*.
-
-   multi-part beginning tag's form is following:
-
-             --<<TYPE>>-{
-
-   multi-part ending tag's form is following:
-
-             --}-<<TYPE>>
-
-   A region from multi-part beginning tag to multi-part ending tag is
-called as *enclosure*.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: single-part operations,  Next: enclosure operation,  Prev: mime/editor-mode,  Up: Top
-
-single-part operations
-**********************
-
-   Operations to make single-part are following:
-
-`<C-c C-x C-t>'
-     Insert single-part tag indicates text part.
-
-`<C-c C-x C-i>'
-     Insert file as a MIME attachment.  If `C-u' is followed by it, it
-     asks media-type, subtype or encoding even if their default values
-     are specified. (cf. *Note tag specification for inserted file::)
-
-`<C-c C-x C-e>'
-     Insert external part.
-
-`<C-c C-x C-v>'
-     Record audio input until `C-g' is pressed, and insert as a audio
-     part. (It requires /dev/audio in default.)
-
-`<C-c C-x C-y>'
-     Insert current (mail or news) message. (It is MUA depended.)
-
-`<C-c C-x C-m>'
-     Insert mail message. (It is MUA depended.)
-
-`<C-c C-x C-w>, <C-c C-x C-s>'
-     Insert signature.
-
-`<C-c C-x C-k>'
-     Insert PGP (*Note PGP::) public key. (It requires Mailcrypt
-     package.)
-
-`<C-c C-x t>'
-     Insert any single-part tag.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: enclosure operation,  Next: other operations of mime/editor-mode,  Prev: single-part operations,  Up: Top
-
-enclosure operation
-*******************
-
-   Operations to make enclosure are following:
-
-`<C-c C-x a>'
-     Enclose specified region as multipart/alternative.
-
-`<C-c C-x p>'
-     Enclose specified region as multipart/parallel.
-
-`<C-c C-x m>'
-     Enclose specified region as multipart/mixed.
-
-`<C-c C-x d>'
-     Enclose specified region as multipart/digest.
-
-`<C-c C-x s>'
-     Digital-sign to specified region. (cf. *Note PGP::)
-
-`<C-c C-x e>'
-     Encrypt to specified region. (cf. *Note PGP::)
-
-`<C-c C-x q>'
-     avoid to encode tags in specified region.  In other words, tags is
-     interpreted as such string.  (In current version, it may be
-     incomplete.  Maybe PGP-signature does not work for this enclosure.)
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: other operations of mime/editor-mode,  Next: tag specification for inserted file,  Prev: enclosure operation,  Up: Top
-
-other operations of mime/editor-mode
-************************************
-
-   There are another operations in mime/editor-mode.
-
-`<C-c C-c>'
-     Send current editing message.
-
-`<C-c C-x C-p>'
-     Preview current editing message. (*Note
-     (tm-view-en)mime/viewer-mode::)
-
-`<C-c C-x C-z>'
-     Exit mime/editor-mode. (<M-x mime/edit-again> is available to
-     reedit.)
-
-`<C-c C-x ?>'
-     Display help message.
-
-`<C-c C-x />'
-     Set current editing message to enable automatic splitting or not.
-     Form of automatic split messages is message/partial.
-
-`<C-c C-x 7>'
-     Set 7bit (*Note (tm-en)7bit::) to transfer level (*Note transfer
-     level::).
-
-`<C-c C-x 8>'
-     Set 8bit (*Note (tm-en)8bit::) to transfer level (*Note transfer
-     level::).
-
-`<C-c C-x v>'
-     Set current editing message to digital-sign or not. (cf. *Note
-     PGP::)
-
-`<C-c C-x h>'
-     Set current editing message to encrypt or not. (cf. *Note PGP::)
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: tag specification for inserted file,  Next: transfer level,  Prev: other operations of mime/editor-mode,  Up: Top
-
-Default media-type or encoding for inserted file
-************************************************
-
-   When `C-c C-x C-i' (`mime-editor/insert-file') is pressed, tag
-parameters for inserted file, such as media-type or encoding, are
-detected by variable `mime-file-types'.
-
-   When `C-u' is followed by it or parameter is not found from the
-variable, it asks from user.  (When `C-u' is followed by it, detected
-value is used as default value)
-
-   If you want to change default value for file names, please change
-variable `mime-file-types'.
-
- - Variable: mime-file-types
-     Specification of default value of tag for file name of inserted
-     file.
-
-     It is a list of following list:
-
-          	(FILE_PAT TYPE SUBTYPE PARAMS ENCODING
-          	 DISPOSITION_TYPE DISPOSITION_PARAMS)
-
-     Each elements of the list are following:
-
-    `FILE_PAT'
-          regular expression of file name
-
-    `TYPE'
-          media type
-
-    `SUBTYPE'
-          media subtype
-
-    `PARAMS'
-          parameters of Content-Type field
-
-    `ENCODING'
-          Content-Transfer-Encoding
-
-    `DISPOSITION_TYPE'
-          disposition-type
-
-    `DISPOSITION_PARAMS'
-          parameters of Content-Disposition field
-
-     Example: Specify application/rtf as default media type for `*.rtf'
-
-          (call-after-loaded
-           'tm-edit
-           (lambda ()
-             (set-alist 'mime-file-types
-          	      "\\.rtf$"
-          	      '("application" "rtf" nil nil
-          		"attachment" (("filename" . file)))
-          	      )))
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: transfer level,  Next: header,  Prev: tag specification for inserted file,  Up: Top
-
-transfer level
-**************
-
-   Contents inserted in a message are represented by 7bit (*Note
-(tm-en)7bit::), 8bit (*Note (tm-en)8bit::) or binary (*Note
-(tm-en)binary::).
-
-   If a message is translated by 7bit-through MTA (*Note (tm-en)MTA::),
-there is no need to encode 7bit data, but 8bit and binary data must be
-encoded to 7bit data.
-
-   Similarly, if a message is translated by 8bit-through MTA, there is
-no need to encode 7bit or 8bit data, but binary data must be encoded to
-7bit or 8bit data.
-
-*[Memo]*
-     EBCDIC MTA breaks 7bit data, so in this case, 7bit data must be
-     encoded by base64.  But I don't know EBCDIC. (^_^;
-
-     Similarly, I wish ASCII-printable only MTA and code-conversion MTA
-     disappeared. (^_^;
-
-     Maybe there are binary-through MTA, but I think it is not major.
-
-   *transfer level* represents how range data is available.  tm-edit
-has a variable `mime-editor/transfer-level' to represent transfer level.
-
- - Variable: mime-editor/transfer-level
-     transfer level.
-
-     If transfer level of a data is over it, a data is encoded to 7bit.
-
-     Currently, 7 or 8 is available.  Default value is 7.
-
-     In extension plan, EBCDIC will be 5, ASCII printable only will be
-     6, binary will be 9.  But it will not be implemented.
-
-*[Memo]*
-     transfer level is only for body, not for header (*Note header::).
-     RFC 1521 extends RFC 822 (*Note (tm-en)RFC 822::) to use 8bit data
-     in body, but it requires to use us-ascii (*Note (tm-en)us-ascii::)
-     in header.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: header,  Next: PGP,  Prev: transfer level,  Up: Top
-
-Using non-ASCII characters in header
-************************************
-
-   RFC 1522 (*Note (tm-en)RFC 1522::) defines representation of
-non-ASCII characters in header.
-
-   It is a format called as *encoded-word* (*Note
-(tm-en)encoded-word::), it is available to represent every non-ASCII
-characters by 7bit (*Note (tm-en)7bit::) to declare MIME charset (*Note
-(tm-en)MIME charset::).
-
-* Menu:
-
-* evil setting in header::      If you can not allow encoded-word
-* API about header::            Functions and variables about header
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: evil setting in header,  Next: API about header,  Prev: header,  Up: header
-
-If you can not allow encoded-word
-=================================
-
-   It is wrong to use "raw" non-ASCII characters in header not to use
-encoded-word.  Because there are various kinds of coded character set
-(*Note (tm-en)Coded character set::) in the Internet, so we can not
-distinguish them if MIME charset (*Note (tm-en)MIME charset::) is not
-declared.
-
-   For example, we can not distinguish iso-8859-1 (*Note
-(tm-en)iso-8859-1::) and iso-8859-2 (*Note (tm-en)iso-8859-2::) if MIME
-charset is not declared.
-
-   However you can not permit to use encoded-word, please set to
-following variables:
-
- - Variable: mime/field-encoding-method-alist
-     Association-list to specify field encoding method.  Its key is
-     field-name, value is encoding method.
-
-     field-name allows string or `t' meaning any fields.
-
-     Encoding method allows following: `nil' means no-conversion,
-     `mime' means to convert as encoded-word, symbol represent MIME
-     charset means to convert as the coded character set instead of to
-     convert as encoded-word.
-
-     field-name is searched from string.  If it is not found, `t' is
-     used.
-
-     Default value of `mime/field-encoding-method-alist' is following:
-
-          (("X-Nsubject" . iso-2022-jp-2)
-           ("Newsgroups" . nil)
-           (t            . mime)
-           ))
-
-   In addition, if you want to specify by coded character set instead of
-field, please use `mime-eword/charset-encoding-alist'.  (cf. *Note API
-about header::)
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: API about header,  Prev: evil setting in header,  Up: header
-
-Functions and variables about header
-====================================
-
- - Command: mime/encode-message-header &optional CODE-CONVERSION
-     It translate non-ASCII characters in message header of current
-     buffer into network representation, such as encoded-words.
-
-     If CODE-CONVERSION is non-`nil', field not encoded by encoded-word
-     is converted by `mime/field-encoding-method-alist'.
-
- - Function: mime/encode-field STRING
-     It encodes STRING into encoded-words as a field.
-
-     Long lines are folded.
-
- - Function: mime-eword/encode-string STRING &optional COLUMN MODE
-     It encodes STRING into encoded-words.
-
-     Long lines are folded.
-
-     COLUMN specifies start column.  If it is omitted, 0 is used.
-
-     MODE specifies where STRING is in.  Available values are `text',
-     `comment', `phrase'.  If it is omitted, `phrase' is used.
-
- - Variable: mime-eword/charset-encoding-alist
-     Association-list of symbol represent MIME charset vs. nil, `"B"' or
-     `"Q"'.
-
-     `nil' means not to encode as encoded-word.  `"B"' means to use
-     B-encoding.  `"Q"' means to use Q-encoding.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: PGP,  Next: Acknowledgments,  Prev: header,  Up: Top
-
-PGP
-***
-
-   tm-edit provides PGP encryption, signature and inserting public-key
-features based on *PGP/MIME* (*Note (tm-en)PGP/MIME::) (RFC 2015) or
-*PGP-kazu* (*Note (tm-en)PGP-kazu::) (draft-kazu-pgp-mime-00.txt).
-
-   This feature requires pgp command and Mailcrypt package (*Note
-(mailcrypt)::).
-
-   If you want to use this feature, please set `pgp-elkins' or
-`pgp-kazu' to variable `mimed-editor/signing-type' and variable
-`mime-editor/encrypting-type'.
-
-   If `pgp-elkins' is specified, PGP/MIME is used.  If `pgp-kazu' is
-specified, PGP-kazu is used.
-
- - Variable: mime-editor/signing-type
-     Format of PGP signature.
-
-     It allows `pgp-elkins' or `pgp-kazu'.
-
-     Default value is `nil'.
-
- - Variable: mime-editor/encrypting-type
-     Format of PGP encryption.
-
-     It allows `pgp-elkins' or `pgp-kazu'.
-
-     Default value is `nil'.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: Acknowledgments,  Next: Concept Index,  Prev: PGP,  Up: Top
-
-Acknowledgments
-***************
-
-   First of all, I thank UMEDA Masanobu for his work of `mime.el',
-which is the origin of tm-edit, and permission to rewrite his work as
-tm-edit.
-
-   I thank members of two tm mailing lists, Japanese and English
-version.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: Concept Index,  Next: Function Index,  Prev: Acknowledgments,  Up: Top
-
-Concept Index
-*************
-
-* Menu:
-
-* enclosure:                             mime/editor-mode.
-* encoded-word:                          header.
-* mime/editor-mode:                      mime/editor-mode.
-* multi-part beginning tag:              mime/editor-mode.
-* multi-part ending tag:                 mime/editor-mode.
-* PGP-kazu:                              PGP.
-* PGP/MIME:                              PGP.
-* tag:                                   mime/editor-mode.
-* tm-edit:                               Introduction.
-* transfer level:                        transfer level.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: Function Index,  Next: Variable Index,  Prev: Concept Index,  Up: Top
-
-Function Index
-**************
-
-* Menu:
-
-* mime-eword/encode-string:              API about header.
-* mime/encode-field:                     API about header.
-* mime/encode-message-header:            API about header.
-
-
-File: tm-edit-en.info,  Node: Variable Index,  Prev: Function Index,  Up: Top
-
-Variable Index
-**************
-
-* Menu:
-
-* mime-editor/encrypting-type:           PGP.
-* mime-editor/signing-type:              PGP.
-* mime-editor/transfer-level:            transfer level.
-* mime-eword/charset-encoding-alist:     API about header.
-* mime-file-types:                       tag specification for inserted file.
-* mime/field-encoding-method-alist:      evil setting in header.
-
-
-
-Tag Table:
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-Node: Introduction788
-Node: mime/editor-mode1607
-Node: single-part operations2927
-Node: enclosure operation3965
-Node: other operations of mime/editor-mode4827
-Node: tag specification for inserted file5919
-Node: transfer level7596
-Node: header9229
-Node: evil setting in header9847
-Node: API about header11444
-Node: PGP12655
-Node: Acknowledgments13589
-Node: Concept Index13937
-Node: Function Index14628
-Node: Variable Index14949
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-
-     $B$3$NJQ?t$O(B
-
-          	(FILE_PAT TYPE SUBTYPE PARAMS ENCODING
-          	 DISPOSITION_TYPE DISPOSITION_PARAMS)
-
-
-     $B$H$$$&(B list $B$N(B list $B$G!"3FMWAG$O0J2<$NDL$j$G$"$k!'(B
-
-     `FILE_PAT'
-          file $BL>$rI=$9@55,I=8=(B
-
-     `TYPE'
-          media type
-
-     `SUBTYPE'
-          media subtype
-
-     `PARAMS'
-          Content-Type field $B$N(B parameter
-
-     `ENCODING'
-          Content-Transfer-Encoding
-
-     `DISPOSITION_TYPE'
-          disposition-type
-
-     `DISPOSITION_PARAMS'
-          Content-Disposition field $B$N(B parameter
-
-
-     $B@_DjNc!'(B `*.rtf' $B$KBP$9$k(B media type $B$r(B application/rtf $B$K$9$k>l9g(B
-
-          (call-after-loaded
-           'tm-edit
-           (lambda ()
-             (set-alist 'mime-file-types
-          	      "\\.rtf$"
-          	      '("application" "rtf" nil nil
-          		"attachment" (("filename" . file)))
-          	      )))
-
-
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: transfer level, Next: header, Prev: tag specification for inserted file, Up: Top
-
-transfer level
-**************
-
-message $B$KA^F~$9$k(B data $B$O(B 7bit (*Note (tm-ja)7bit::) $B$J$$$7(B 8bit (*Note
-(tm-ja)8bit::) $B$b$7$/$O(B binary (*Note (tm-ja)binary::) $B$GI=8=$9$k$3$H$,$G(B
-$B$-$^$9!#(B
-
-$B$h$C$F!"(B7bit $B$7$+DL$5$J$$(B MTA (*Note (tm-ja)MTA::) $B$r7PM3$9$k>l9g!"(B7bit $B$N(B 
-data $B$O$=$N$^$^$GAw$l$^$9$,!"(B8bit $B$d(B binary $B$N(B data $B$O(B 7bit $B$KJQ49$7$J$1$l(B
-$B$P$J$j$^$;$s!#(B
-
-$BF1MM$K!"(B8bit $B$7$+DL$5$J$$(B MTA $B$r7PM3$9$k>l9g!"(B7bit $B$d(B 8bit $B$N(B data $B$O$=$N(B
-$B$^$^$GAw$l$^$9$,!"(Bbinary $B$N(B data $B$O(B 7bit $B$+(B 8bit $B$KJQ49$7$J$1$l$P$J$j$^$;(B
-$B$s!#(B
-
-*[Memo]*
-     EBCDIC $B$7$+DL$5$J$$(B MTA $B$r7PM3$9$k>l9g!"(B7bit $B$N(B data $B$b(B base64 $BEy$GJQ(B
-     $B49$7$J$$$HAw$l$^$;$s$,!";d$O(B EBCDIC $B$N$3$H$^$G$OCN$j$^$;$s!#(B(^_^;
-
-     $BF1MM$K!"@)8fJ8;z$rDL$5$J$$(B MTA $B$N$3$H$d(B code $BJQ49$r9T$J$&(B MTA $B$b>C$((B
-     $B$F$J$/$J$C$FM_$7$$$G$9!#(B(^_^;
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-     binary $B$bDL$9(B MTA $B$bB8:_$9$k$s$G$7$g$&$,!":#$N$H$3$m$"$^$j0lHLE*$H$O(B
-     $B$$$($J$$$G$7$g$&!#(B
-
-*transfer level* $B$H$$$&$N$O$I$NHO0O$N(B data $B$^$GAw$l$k(B
-$B$+$H$$$&$3$H$rI=$9$b$N$G$9!#(Btm-edit $B$O(B `mime-editor/transfer-level' $B$H$$$&(B
-$BJQ?t$r;}$C$F$*$j!"$3$l$G(B transfer level $B$rI=8=$7$^$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: mime-editor/transfer-level
-
-     transfer level $B$rI=$9!#(B
-
-     $B$"$k(B data $B$N(B transfer level $B$,$3$NCM$r1[$($k>l9g!"(B7bit data $B$X$NJQ49(B
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-     $B8=:_$N$H$3$m!"(B7 $B$+(B 8 $B$,M-8z$G$"$k!#4{DjCM$O(B 7 $B$G$"$k!#(B
-
-     EBCDIC $B$r(B 5, ASCII printable $B$N$_$r(B 6, binary $B$r(B 9 $B$H$9$k$3$H$r7W2h$7(B
-     $B$F$$$k$,!"<BAu$NM=Dj$O$J$$!#(B
-
-
-
-*[Memo]*
-     transfer level $B$O(B message header (*Note header::) $B$K$O4X78$7$J$$!#(B
-     RFC 1521 $B$O(B body $B$K$*$$$F!"(B8bit $B$N(B data $B$r;H$($k$h$&$K(B RFC 822
-     (*Note (tm-ja)RFC 822::) $B$r3HD%$7$F$$$k$,!"(Bmessage header $B$G$O(B 
-     us-ascii (*Note (tm-ja)us-ascii::) $B$N$_$rMQ$$$k$3$H$r5a$a$F$$$k!#(B
-
-
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: header, Next: PGP, Prev: transfer level, Up: Top
-
-header $B$G$NHs(B ASCII $BJ8;z$N;HMQ(B
-******************************
-
-RFC 1522 (*Note (tm-ja)RFC 1522::) $B$G$O(B header $B$GHs(B ASCII $BJ8;z$rI=8=$9$k$?(B
-$B$a$NJ}K!$rDj5A$7$F$$$^$9!#(B
-
-$B$3$l$O(B *encoded-word* (*Note (tm-ja)encoded-word::) $B$H8F$P$l$k7?<0$G!"(B
-MIME charset (*Note (tm-ja)MIME charset::) $B$r@k8@$7!"$+$D!"(B7bit (*Note
-(tm-ja)7bit::) $B$GI=8=$9$k$3$H$r2DG=$K$7$F$$$^$9!#(B
-
-
-* Menu:
-
-* evil setting in header::      $B$I$&$7$F$b(B encoded-word $B$r;H$$$?$/$J$$>l9g(B
-* API about header::            header $B$K4X$9$k4X?t!&JQ?t(B
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: evil setting in header, Next: API about header, Prev: header, Up: header
-
-$B$I$&$7$F$b(B encoded-word $B$r;H$$$?$/$J$$>l9g(B
-==========================================
-
-$B$H$3$m$G!"(Bheader $B$G(B encoded-word $B$rMQ$$$:$K@8$GHs(B ASCII $BJ8;zNs$rF~$l$k$N$O(B
-$B4V0c$C$F$$$^$9!#$J$<$J$i!"(BInternet $B$G$O$5$^$6$^$JId9f2=J8;z=89g(B(*Note
-(tm-ja)Coded character set::)$B$,;H$o$l$F$*$j!"(BMIME charset (*Note
-(tm-ja)MIME charset::) $B$rL@<(E*$K@k8@$7$J$1$l$P$=$l$i$r@53N$K6hJL$9$k$3$H(B
-$B$O$G$-$J$$$+$i$G$9!#(B
-
-$BNc$($P!"(BMIME charset $B$r@k8@$7$J$1$l$P(B iso-8859-1 (*Note
-(tm-ja)iso-8859-1::) $B$H(B iso-8859-2 (*Note (tm-ja)iso-8859-2::) $B$O8+J,$1$,(B
-$BIU$+$J$$$G$7$g$&!#(B
-
-$B$7$+$7$J$,$i!"$I$&$7$F$b(B encoded-word $B$r;H$$$?$/$J$$>l9g$K$O0J2<$NJQ?t$r@_(B
-$BDj$7$F$/$@$5$$!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: mime/field-encoding-method-alist
-
-     field $BL>$HId9f2=K!$rI=$9(B symbol $B$NBP$+$i$J$kO"A[(B list.
-
-     field $BL>$OJ8;zNs!"$b$7$/$O!"G$0U$NJ8;zNs$rI=$9(B `t' $B$G$"$k!#(B
-
-     $BId9f2=K!$O!"(B`nil' $B$J$i$PL5JQ49!"(B`mime' $B$J$i$P(Bencoded-word, MIME
-     charset $B$rI=$9(B symbol $B$J$i$P$=$NId9f2=J8;z=89g$X(Bencoded-word $B$rMQ$$$:(B
-     $B$KJQ49$9$k$3$H$rI=$9!#(B
-
-     field $BL>$OJ8;zNs$+$i8!:w$5$l!";XDj$7$?J8;zNs$,8+IU$+$i$J$1$l$P(B`t' $B$r(B
-     $BMQ$$$k!#(B
-
-     $B4{DjCM$O(B
-
-          (("X-Nsubject" . iso-2022-jp-2)
-           ("Newsgroups" . nil)
-           (t            . mime)
-           ))
-
-     $B$G$"$k!#B($A!"(BX-Nsubject field $B$O@8$N(B iso-2022-jp-2 (*Note
-     (tm-ja)iso-2022-jp-2::), Newsgroup $B$OL5JQ49!"$=$l0J30$N(B field $B$O(B 
-     encoded-word $B$KJQ49$5$l$k!#(B
-
-
-$B$^$?!"(Bfield $BKh$G$O$J$/!"Id9f2=J8;z=89gKh$K;XDj$7$?$$>l9g$O!"JQ?t(B 
-`mime-eword/charset-encoding-alist' $B$rMQ$$$F$/$@$5$$!#(B(*Note API about
-header::)
-
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: API about header, Prev: evil setting in header, Up: header
-
-header $B$K4X$9$k4X?t!&JQ?t(B
-=========================
-
- -- Command: mime/encode-message-header &optional CODE-CONVERSION
-
-     Current buffer $B$N(B message header $B$KB8:_$9$kHs(B ASCII $BJ8;z$r(Bnetwork $BI=(B
-     $B8=$KJQ49$7$^$9!#(B
-
-     optional $B0z?t$N(B CODE-CONVERSION $B$KHs(B-nil $B$,;XDj$5$l$?>l9g!"(B
-     encoded-word $B$K$7$J$$(B field $B$r(B`mime/field-encoding-method-alist' $B$K=>$C(B
-     $B$F!"(Bcode $BJQ49$7$^$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Function: mime/encode-field STRING
-
-     STRING $B$r(B field $B$H$7$F(B encoded-word $B$KJQ49$7$^$9!#(B
-
-     $BD9$$9T$O(B RFC 822 $B$K=>$C$F@^JV$5$l$^$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Function: mime-eword/encode-string STRING &optional COLUMN MODE
-
-     STRING $B$r(B encoded-word $B$KJQ49$7$^$9!#(B
-
-     $BD9$$9T$O(B RFC 822 $B$K=>$C$F@^JV$5$l$^$9!#(B
-
-     COLUMN $B$O$3$NJ8;zNs$,2?7eL\$+$i;O$^$C$F$$$k$+$r;XDj$7$^$9!#4{DjCM$O(B 
-     0 $B$G$9!#(B
-
-     MODE $B$O$3$NJ8;zNs$,$I$&$$$&ItJ,$G;H$o$l$F$$$k$+$r<($7$^$9!#;XDj$G$-$k(B
-     $BCM$H$7$F$O(B `text', `comment', `phrase' $B$,$"$j$^$9!#4{DjCM$O(B 
-     `phrase' $B$G$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: mime-eword/charset-encoding-alist
-
-     MIME charset $B$rI=$9(B symbol $B$H(B nil, $B$b$7$/$O!"(B`"B"' $B$+(B`"Q"' $B$NJ8;zNs$N(B
-     $BBP$+$i$J$kO"A[(B list.
-
-     `nil' $B$O$=$N(B MIME charset $B$r(B encoded-word $B$K$7$J$$$3$H$rI=$7!"(B`"B"' 
-     $B$O$=$N(B MIME charset $B$r(B B $BJ}<0$N(B encoded-word $B$K$9$k$3$H$rI=$7!"(B
-     `"Q"' $B$O$=$N(B MIME charset $B$r(B Q $BJ}<0$N(B encoded-word $B$K$9$k$3$H$rI=$9!#(B
-
-
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: PGP, Next: Acknowledgments, Prev: header, Up: Top
-
-PGP
-***
-
-tm-edit $B$G$O(B *PGP/MIME* (*Note (tm-ja)PGP/MIME::) (RFC 2015) $B$*$h$S(B 
-*PGP-kazu* (*Note (tm-ja)PGP-kazu::) (draft-kazu-pgp-mime-00.txt) 
-$B$K$h$k0E9f2=!&EE;R=pL>!&8x3+80$NA^F~5!G=$rMxMQ$9$k$3$H$,$G$-$^$9!#(B
-
-$BC"$7!"$3$N5!G=$rMxMQ$9$k$K$O(B Mailcrypt package (*Note (mailcrypt)::) $B$H(B 
-pgp command $B$,I,MW$G$9!#(B
-
-$B$^$?!"JQ?t(B `mimed-editor/signing-type' $B$HJQ?t(B 
-`mime-editor/encrypting-type' $B$K(B `pgp-elkins' $B$+(B `pgp-kazu' $B$rBeF~$7$F$/$@(B
-$B$5$$!#(B
-
-`pgp-elkins' $B$r;XDj$7$?>l9g(B PGP/MIME $B$,;H$o$l!"(B`pgp-kazu' $B$r;XDj$7$?>l9g(B 
-PGP-kazu $B$,;H$o$l$^$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: mimed-editor/signing-type
-
-     PGP $B$G$NEE;R=qL>$N7A<0$r;XDj$7$^$9!#(B
-
-     `pgp-elkins' $B$+(B `pgp-kazu' $B$r;XDj$7$F$/$@$5$$!#(B
-
-     $B4{DjCM$O(B `nil' $B$G$9!#(B
-
-
- -- Variable: mime-editor/encrypting-type
-
-     PGP $B$G$N0E9f2=$N7A<0$r;XDj$7$^$9!#(B
-
-     `pgp-elkins' $B$+(B `pgp-kazu' $B$r;XDj$7$F$/$@$5$$!#(B
-
-     $B4{DjCM$O(B `nil' $B$G$9!#(B
-
-
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: Acknowledgments, Next: Concept Index, Prev: PGP, Up: Top
-
-$B<U<-(B
-****
-
-$B:G=i$K!"(Btm-edit $B$NA0?H$H$J$C$?(B `mime.el' $B$r=q$-!"$=$NG[I[$H2~B$$r$*5v$72<(B
-$B$5$C$?!"G_ED@/?.$5$s$K46<U$7$^$9!#(Btm-edit $B$N(B user interface $B$N4pK\E*$J@_7W(B
-$B$OG_ED$5$s$N<j$K$h$k$b$N$G!"$H$F$bNI$$@_7W$G$"$C$?$H;W$$$^$9!#(B
-
-
-$B<!$K!"(Bbeta test $B$K6(NO$7$F2<$5$C$?F|K\8lHG!"1Q8lHGAPJ}$N(B tm mailing list 
-$B$N(B member $B$K46<U$7$^$9!#(B
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-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: Concept Index, Next: Function Index, Prev: Acknowledgments, Up: Top
-
-$B35G0:w0z(B
-********
-
-
-* Menu:
-
-* enclosure:                    mime/editor-mode.       4.
-* encoded-word:                 header.                 4.
-* mime/editor-mode:             mime/editor-mode.       4.
-* multi-part $B3+;O(B tag:          mime/editor-mode.       4.
-* multi-part $B=*N;(B tag:          mime/editor-mode.       4.
-* PGP-kazu:                     PGP.                    4.
-* PGP/MIME:                     PGP.                    4.
-* tag:                          mime/editor-mode.       4.
-* tm-edit:                      Introduction.           4.
-* transfer level:               transfer level.         4.
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: Function Index, Next: Variable Index, Prev: Concept Index, Up: Top
-
-$B4X?t:w0z(B
-********
-
-
-* Menu:
-
-* mime/encode-field:            API about header.       17.
-* mime/encode-message-header:   API about header.       7.
-* mime-eword/encode-string:     API about header.       24.
-
-
-
-File: tm-edit-ja.info, Node: Variable Index, Prev: Function Index, Up: Top
-
-$BJQ?t:w0z(B
-********
-
-
-* Menu:
-
-* mimed-editor/signing-type:    PGP.                    22.
-* mime-editor/encrypting-type:  PGP.                    31.
-* mime-editor/transfer-level:   transfer level.         34.
-* mime-eword/charset-encoding-alist: API about header.  38.
-* mime/field-encoding-method-alist: evil setting in header.  21.
-* mime-file-types:              tag specification for inserted file.  18.

texi/tm-en.info

-This is Info file tm-en.info, produced by Makeinfo version 1.68 from
-the input file tm-en.texi.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: Top,  Next: Introduction,  Prev: (dir),  Up: (dir)
-
-tm 7.100 Manual (English Version)
-*********************************
-
-   This file documents tm, a MIME package for GNU Emacs.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Introduction::                What is tm?
-* Setting::
-* Bug report::                  How to report bug and about mailing list of tm
-* Acknowledgments::
-* Concept Index::
-* Variable Index::
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: Introduction,  Next: Setting,  Prev: Top,  Up: Top
-
-What is tm?
-***********
-
-   The tm package is a set of modules to enjoy MIME on GNU Emacs.  Using
-tm, you can
-
-   *  playback or view the MIME messages using tm-view
-
-   *  compose MIME message using tm-edit
-
-   *  use the enhanced MIME features with mh-e, GNUS, Gnus, RMAIL and VM
-
-and more.
-
-   Please read following about each topics:
-
-   * tm-MUA for Gnus (*Note (gnus-mime-en)::)
-
-   * tm-MUA for GNUS (*Note (tm-gnus-en)::)
-
-   * tm-MUA for mh-e (*Note (tm-mh-e-en)::)
-
-   * tm-MUA for VM (*Note (tm-vm-en)::)
-
-   * mime/viewer-mode (*Note (tm-view-en)::)
-
-   * mime/editor-mode (*Note (tm-edit-en)::)
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Glossary::
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: Glossary,  Prev: Introduction,  Up: Introduction
-
-Glossary
-========
-
-* Menu:
-
-* 7bit::
-* 8bit::
-* 94-character set::
-* 96-character set::
-* 94x94-character set::
-* ASCII::
-* Base64::
-* binary::
-* cn-gb::                       cn-gb, gb2312
-* cn-big5::                     cn-big5, big5
-* CNS 11643::                   CNS 11643-1992
-* coded character set::         Coded character set, Character code
-* code extension::              Code extension
-* Content-Disposition::         Content-Disposition field
-* Content-Type field::
-* Emacs::
-* encoded-word::
-* encapsulation::
-* entity::                      Entity
-* euc-kr::
-* FTP::                         FTP
-* GB 2312::                     GB 2312-1980
-* GB 8565.2::                   GB 8565.2-1988
-* graphic character set::       Graphic Character Set
-* hz-gb2312::
-* ISO 2022::
-* iso-2022-cn::
-* iso-2022-cn-ext::
-* iso-2022-jp::
-* iso-2022-jp-2::
-* iso-2022-kr::
-* ISO 646::
-* ISO 8859-1::
-* iso-8859-1::
-* ISO 8859-2::
-* iso-8859-2::
-* ISO 8859-3::
-* ISO 8859-4::
-* ISO 8859-5::
-* iso-8859-5::
-* ISO 8859-6::
-* ISO 8859-7::
-* iso-8859-7::
-* ISO 8859-8::
-* ISO 8859-9::
-* ISO-IR-165::                  ISO-IR-165, CCITT Extended GB
-* JIS X0201::
-* JIS C6226::                   JIS C6226-1978
-* JIS X0208::
-* JIS X0212::                   JIS X0212-1990
-* koi8-r::
-* KS C5601::                    KS C5601-1987
-* media type::
-* message::
-* message/rfc822::
-* method::
-* MIME::
-* MIME charset::
-* MTA::
-* MUA::
-* MULE::
-* multipart::                   Multipart
-* multipart/alternative::
-* multipart/digest::
-* multipart/encrypted::
-* multipart/mixed::
-* multipart/parallel::
-* multipart/signed::
-* PGP::
-* PGP-kazu::
-* PGP/MIME::
-* Quoted-Printable::
-* RFC 821::
-* RFC 822::
-* RFC 934::
-* RFC 1036::
-* RFC 1153::
-* RFC 1557::
-* RFC 1922::
-* RFC 2045::
-* RFC 2046::
-* RFC 2048::
-* RFC 2049::
-* plain text::
-* Security multipart::
-* text/enriched::
-* text/plain::
-* tm-kernel::                   tm-kernel, tm
-* tm-MUA::
-* us-ascii::
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: 7bit,  Next: 8bit,  Prev: Glossary,  Up: Glossary
-
-7bit
-----
-
-   *7bit* means any integer between 0 .. 127.
-
-   Any data represented by 7bit integers is called *7bit data*.
-
-   Textual string consisted of Control characters between 0 .. 31 and
-127, and space represented by 32, and graphic characters between 33 ..
-236 are called *7bit (textual) string*.
-
-   Traditional Internet MTA (*Note MTA::) can translate 7bit data, so
-it is no need to translate by Quoted-Printable (*Note
-Quoted-Printable::) or Base64 (*Note Base64::) for 7bit data.
-
-   However if there are too long lines, it can not translate by 7bit MTA
-even if it is 7bit data.  RFC 821 (*Note RFC 821::) and RFC 2045 (*Note
-RFC 2045::) require lines in 7bit data must be less than 998 bytes.  So
-if a "7bit data" has a line more than 999 bytes, it is regarded as
-binary (*Note binary::).  For example, Postscript file should be
-encoded by Quoted-Printable.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: 8bit,  Next: 94-character set,  Prev: 7bit,  Up: Glossary
-
-8bit
-----
-
-   *8bit* means any integer between 0 .. 255.
-
-   Any data represented by 8bit integers is called *8bit data*.
-
-   Textual string consisted of Control characters between 0 .. 31, 127,
-and 128 .. 159, and space represented by 32, and graphic characters
-between 33 .. 236 and 160 .. 255 are called *8bit (textual) string*.
-
-   For example, iso-8859-1 (*Note iso-8859-1::) or euc-kr (*Note
-euc-kr::) are coded-character-set represented by 8bit textual string.
-
-   Traditional Internet MTA (*Note MTA::) can translate only 7bit
-(*Note 7bit::) data, so if a 8bit data will be translated such MTA, it
-must be encoded by Quoted-Printable (*Note Quoted-Printable::) or Base64
-(*Note Base64::).
-
-   However 8bit MTA are increasing today.
-
-   However if there are too long lines, it can not translate by 8bit MTA
-even if it is 8bit data.  RFC 2045 (*Note RFC 2045::) require lines in
-8bit data must be less than 998 bytes.  So if a "8bit data" has a line
-more than 999 bytes, it is regarded as binary (*Note binary::), so it
-must be encoded by Base64 or Quoted-Printable.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: 94-character set,  Next: 96-character set,  Prev: 8bit,  Up: Glossary
-
-94-character set
-----------------
-
-   *94-character set* is a kind of 1 byte graphic character set (*Note
-graphic character set::), each characters are in positions 02/01 (33)
-to 07/14 (126) or 10/01 (161) to 15/14 (254).  (ex. ASCII (*Note
-ASCII::), JIS X0201-Latin)
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: 96-character set,  Next: 94x94-character set,  Prev: 94-character set,  Up: Glossary
-
-96-character set
-----------------
-
-   *96-character set* is a kind of 1 byte graphic character set (*Note
-graphic character set::), each characters are in positions 02/00 (32)
-to 07/15 (126) or 10/00 (160) to 15/15 (255). (ex. ISO 8859)
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: 94x94-character set,  Next: ASCII,  Prev: 96-character set,  Up: Glossary
-
-94x94-character set
--------------------
-
-   *94x94-character set* is a kind of 2 byte graphic character set
-(*Note graphic character set::), each bytes are in positions 02/01 (33)
-to 07/14 (126) or 10/01 (161) to 15/14 (254).  (ex. JIS X0208 (*Note
-JIS X0208::), GB 2312 (*Note GB 2312::))
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: ASCII,  Next: Base64,  Prev: 94x94-character set,  Up: Glossary
-
-ASCII
------
-
-   *ASCII* is a 94-character set (*Note 94-character set::) contains
-primary latin characters (A-Z, a-z), numbers and some characters.  It is
-a standard of the United States of America.  It is a variant of ISO 646
-(*Note ISO 646::).
-
-[ASCII]
-     "Coded Character Set - 7-Bit American Standard Code for Information
-     Interchange", ANSI X3.4:1986.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: Base64,  Next: binary,  Prev: ASCII,  Up: Glossary
-
-Base64
-------
-
-   *Base64* is a transfer encoding method of MIME (*Note MIME::)
-defined in RFC 2045 (*Note RFC 2045::).
-
-   The encoding process represents 24-bit groups of input bits as output
-strings of 4 encoded characters.  Encoded characters represent integer 0
-.. 63 or *pad*.  Base64 data must be 4 * n bytes, so pad is used to
-adjust size.
-
-   These 65 characters are subset of all versions of ISO 646, including
-US-ASCII, and all versions of EBCDIC.  So it is safe even if it is
-translated by non-Internet gateways.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: binary,  Next: cn-gb,  Prev: Base64,  Up: Glossary
-
-binary
-------
-
-   Any byte stream is called *binary*.
-
-   It does not require structureof lines.  It differs from from 8bit
-(*Note 8bit::).
-
-   In addition, if line structured data contain too long line (more than
-998 bytes), it is regarded as binary.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: cn-gb,  Next: cn-big5,  Prev: binary,  Up: Glossary
-
-cn-gb, gb2312
--------------
-
-   A MIME charset (*Note MIME charset::) for simplified Chinese mainly
-used in the Chinese mainland.
-
-   It is a 8bit (*Note 8bit::) coded character set (*Note coded
-character set::) based on ISO 2022 (*Note ISO 2022::).  It extends ASCII
-(*Note ASCII::) to combine GB 2312 (*Note GB 2312::).
-
-   It is defined in RFC 1922 (*Note RFC 1922::).
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: cn-big5,  Next: CNS 11643,  Prev: cn-gb,  Up: Glossary
-
-cn-big5, big5
--------------
-
-   A MIME charset (*Note MIME charset::) for traditional Chinese mainly
-used in Taiwan and Hon Kong.
-
-   It is a 8bit (*Note 8bit::) coded character set (*Note coded
-character set::) not based on ISO 2022 (*Note ISO 2022::).  It is a
-de-fact standard.
-
-   It is defined in RFC 1922 (*Note RFC 1922::).
-
-   cf.
-
-[BIG5]
-     Institute for Information Industry, "Chinese Coded Character Set in
-     Computer", March 1984.
-
-   It corresponds to CNS 11643 (*Note CNS 11643::).
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: CNS 11643,  Next: coded character set,  Prev: cn-big5,  Up: Glossary
-
-CNS 11643-1992
---------------
-
-   Graphic character sets (*Note graphic character set::) for Chinese
-mainly written by traditional Chinese mainly used in Taiwan and Hong
-Kong.  It is a standard of Taiwan.  Currently there are seven
-94x94-character set (*Note 94x94-character set::).
-
-   Final byte of ISO 2022 (*Note ISO 2022::) are following:
-
-`plane 1'
-     04/07 (`G')
-
-`plane 2'
-     04/08 (`H')
-
-`plane 3'
-     04/09 (`I')
-
-`plane 4'
-     04/10 (`J')
-
-`plane 5'
-     04/11 (`K')
-
-`plane 6'
-     04/12 (`L')
-
-`plane 7'
-     04/13 (`M')
-
-[CNS 11643-1992]
-     "Standard Interchange Code for Generally-Used Chinese Characters",
-     CNS 11643:1992.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: coded character set,  Next: code extension,  Prev: CNS 11643,  Up: Glossary
-
-Coded character set, Character code
------------------------------------
-
-   A set of unambiguous rules that establishes a character set and the
-one-to-one relationship between the characters of the set and their bit
-combinations.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: code extension,  Next: Content-Disposition,  Prev: coded character set,  Up: Glossary
-
-Code extension
---------------
-
-   The techniques for the encoding of characters that are not included
-in the character set of a given code. (ex. ISO 2022 (*Note ISO 2022::))
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: Content-Disposition,  Next: Content-Type field,  Prev: code extension,  Up: Glossary
-
-Content-Disposition field
--------------------------
-
-   A field to specify presentation of entity or file name.  It is an
-extension for MIME (*Note MIME::).
-
-[RFC 1806]
-     E R. Troost and S. Dorner, "Communicating Presentation Information
-     in Internet Messages: The Content-Disposition Header", June 1995,
-     Experimental.
-
-
-File: tm-en.info,  Node: Content-Type field,  Next: Emacs,  Prev: Content-Disposition,  Up: Glossary
-
-Content-Type field
-------------------
-
-   Header field to represent information about body, such as media type
-(*Note media type::), MIME charset (*Note MIME charset::).  It is
-defined in RFC 2045 (*Note RFC 2045::).
-
-*[Memo]*
-     Historically, Content-Type field was proposed in RFC 1049.  In it,
-     Content-Type did not distinguish type and subtype.  However MIME
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