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fenk  committed d1958c0

Merged changes from my stable branch.

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File NEWS

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     * Check for some MIME character sets that may be available in recent
       XEmacs.  (Thanks to Aidan Kehoe for the patch)
 
+    * Some documentation fixes. (Thanks to Michael Ernst for the patches)
+
+    * Fixed infinite loop in vm-mime-encode-words on XEmacs  21.5-b28.
+      (Thanks to Aidan Kehoe for the patch)
+ 
 VM 8.0.11
 
   BUGFIXES:

File info/vm.texinfo

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 that the next time the folder is visited VM will know which messages
 have been already read, replied to and so on.  Typing @kbd{S}
 (@code{vm-save-folder}) saves the folder.  Note that deleted messages are
-@emph{not} expunged automatically when you save a folder; this is a change from
-version 4 of VM.  The next time you visit the folder any deleted
+@emph{not} expunged automatically when you save a folder.
+The next time you visit the folder any deleted
 messages will still be flagged for deletion.
 
 @vindex vm-folder-file-precious-flag
 program as arguments.  The octets that compose the object will be
 written into a temporary file and the name of the file can be
 inserted into an @var{ARG} string by writing @samp{%f} in the
-@var{ARG} string.  In earlier versions of VM the filename was
-always added as the last argument; as of VM 6.49 this is only done
+@var{ARG} string.  The filename is
+added as the last argument
 if @samp{%f} does not appear in any of the @var{ARG} strings.
 
 If the @var{COMMAND-LINE} form is used, the program and its
 @item C-c C-d (@code{vm-postpone-composition})
 Postpones the current composition.  The message is stored in the
 folder specified in @code{vm-postponed-folder}.  You can continue composing
-of messages by visiting @code{vm-postponed-folder}, selecting the a messsage
+of messages by visiting @code{vm-postponed-folder}, selecting a messsage
 and @key{m} or by directly calling the function on any message in any folder
 @kbd{M-x vm-continue-postponed-message}.  When called with a prefix arg
 @code{vm-postpone-composition} will ask you for the folder to save the draft

File lisp/vm-mime.el

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             coding (and coding (cadr coding)))
       ;; encode coding system body
       (when (and coding (not (eq coding 'no-conversion)))
-        (encode-coding-region start end coding))
+        (vm-encode-coding-region start end coding))
       ;; encode 
       (if (eq encoding 'Q)
           (vm-mime-Q-encode-region start end)

File lisp/vm-rfaddons.el

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 `vm-mail-mode' options:
  - attach-save-files: bind [C-c C-a] to `vm-mime-attach-files-in-directory' 
  - check-recipients: add `vm-mail-check-recipients' to `mail-send-hook' in
-   order to check if the recipients headers are correctly.
+   order to check if the recipients headers are correct.
  - encode-headers: add `vm-mime-encode-headers' to `mail-send-hook' in
    order to encode the headers before sending.
  - fake-date: if enabled allows you to fake the date of an outgoing message.
 ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 ;;;###autoload
 (defun vm-mail-check-recipients ()
-  "Check if the recipients are specifiey correctly.
+  "Check if the recipients are specified correctly.
 Actually it checks only if there are any missing commas or the like in the
 headers."
   (interactive)

File lisp/vm-vars.el

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   "*Non-nil value should be an alist that VM will use to choose a default
 folder name when messages are saved.  The alist should be of the form
 \((HEADER-NAME-REGEXP
-   (REGEXP . FOLDER-NAME) ...
-  ...))
+   (REGEXP . FOLDER-NAME) ... )
+  ...)
 where HEADER-NAME-REGEXP and REGEXP are strings, and FOLDER-NAME
 is a string or an s-expression that evaluates to a string.
 
-If any part of the contents of the message header whose name is
-matched by HEADER-NAME-REGEXP is matched by the regular
+If any part of the contents of the first message header whose name
+is matched by HEADER-NAME-REGEXP is matched by the regular
 expression REGEXP, VM will evaluate the corresponding FOLDER-NAME
 and use the result as the default when prompting for a folder to
 save the message in.  If the resulting folder name is a relative