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Re: Local MCP editing with tf
>Brandon Gillespie drew these hieroglyphs:
>> This is for those die hards who abhore emacs and still use tf (myself
>> included). I dont know if somebody has done this already, so I did it
>> myself (I know it has been a desired functionality for a while). The
>> Will give you MCP editing capability in tinyfugue. From the header:
> Now is there a place that actually has an up-to-date spec on MCP?
> Looking up 'help MCP' on JHM gives me a draft spec that still assumes
> you're using a hacked server that takes `@@@' as an out-of-band
> prefix. This gripe has yet to take root in the do-something-about-it
http://jhm.ccs.neu.edu:7043/help/subject!mcp is the HTML-ified (and
commented) version of the spec that everyone agreed on---the original
is still in http://jhm.ccs.neu.edu:7043/help/subject!mcp-spec if you
don't trust my reformat.
Nobody really remembers why @@@ is in there. It works well for the
server->client case, which is good enough to support local editing,
Connection closed by foreign host.turned in-band. Works for us, at
I'm going to enter a monestary if I don't get my idea of a next draft
out the door soon. The line waiting to kill me is getting too long.
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Flat text is just *never* what you want. ---stephen p spackman
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