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Subject: Mail::Message::Attachment::Stripper
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 15:53:29 +0200
To: bug-Mail-Message-Attachment-Stripper [...] rt.cpan.org
From: "peto [...] ammo.sk" <peto [...] ammo.sk>
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Hi, I am using module Mail::Message::Attachment::Stripper and i have a query. Why don't you add file to attachments when it's "inline"? It can be text file. sub _handle_part { .. foreach my $part ($mm->isMultipart ? $mm->parts : $mm) { if ($self->_is_inline_text($part)) { $self->_gather_body($part); } elsif ($self->_should_recurse($part)) { $self->_handle_part($part); ... } woundn't be better? : sub _handle_part { .. foreach my $part ($mm->isMultipart ? $mm->parts : $mm) { if ($self->_is_inline_text($part)) { $self->_gather_body($part); } if ($self->_should_recurse($part)) { $self->_handle_part($part); ... } and return only attachments with "filename" != "" ? have a nice day, peter


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