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    Implement a complete() function, now we need one. (filter): Upgraded to · c70c4c35
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    2000-11-07  Not Zed  <NotZed@HelixCode.com>
    	* camel-mime-filter-bestenc.c (complete): Implement a complete()
    	function, now we need one.
    	(filter): Upgraded to match rfrc2045 properly.  Checks also for
    	length of line and valid CRLF sequences.
    	(camel_mime_filter_bestenc_get_best_encoding): Do the work of
    	working out what is the best encoding given what we found about
    	the stream.
    	* camel-mime-part.c (camel_mime_part_encoding_to_string): Use a
    	lookup table to get the encoding naem, and add the binary type.
    	(camel_mime_part_encoding_from_string): Likewise for the reverse.
    	* camel-mime-part.h: Added the binary encoding type, see rfc2045.
    	* camel-mime-utils.c (header_param_list_format_append): Dont put a
    	space before ;'s in parameter lists, makes them more
    	* camel-mime-message.c (multipart_has_8bit_parts): Cleaned up the
    	old stuff, well removed it.
    	(camel_mime_message_set_best_encoding): Added another argument
    	that lets you select what you want to set the best of.  i.e. for
    	smtp transport we only need 7 bit, and dont need to optimise the
    	charset (although of course, we should always).
    	(find_best_encoding): Implement this feature, if we are not
    	getting the best charset, use the one we have.
    	(best_encoding): Set the charset on the part appropriately.  Sigh,
    	the interfaces for this are nonexistant.
    	(find_best_encoding): Tell the bestenc filter that lf should be
    	treated as crlf for the purposes of determining encodings.
    2000-11-06  Not Zed  <NotZed@HelixCode.com>
    	* camel-charset-map.c (camel_charset_init): Init function for an
    	iterative charset determinator.
    	(camel_charset_step): Iterate another buffer.
    	(camel_charset_mask): Removed, since it couldn't have worked.
    	(camel_charset_best): Use the iterative interface to do the work.
    	(camel_charset_best_name): Get the best name for a charset so far.
    	* camel-mime-filter-bestenc.c: New class, a stream
    	filter that can be used to memory-efficiently determine the best
    	encoding and/or charset to use for a given stream of bytes.
    	* Makefile.am (libcamelinclude_HEADERS): Added stream-null*.
    	(libcamel_la_SOURCES): Added bestenc*
    	* camel-stream-null.c: New class, a null-stream, that always
    	succeeds, and never has any contents.
    	* camel-stream.c: Minor pointless changes.  Was going to do
    	something else but changed my mind.  Added trivial default
    	implementations for all callbacks.
    	* camel-mime-message.h: Cleaned up some old cruft.
    	* camel-folder-summary.c (camel_folder_summary_format_address):
    	address_list_format() no longer encodes, so we dont need to decode
    	* camel-address.c (camel_address_unformat): New function, attempts
    	to reverse the formatting process on display addresses.
    	(camel_address_length): New function to get the number of
    	addresses, without having to peek the structure.
    	* camel-mime-message.c (camel_mime_message_set_from): Fix a typo.
    	(camel_mime_message_finalize): Only unref from/reply_to if we have
    	(camel_mime_message_set_recipients): New function - set the
    	recipients as a CamelInternetAddress.  This function effectively
    	deprecates the older recipient setting functions.
    	(camel_mime_message_add_recipient): What the hell, i'll bite the
    	bullet.  Terminate this function.  The old api was ambiguious and
    	inefficient and didn't work right anyway.
    	(camel_mime_message_remove_recipient_address): And this one.
    	(camel_mime_message_remove_recipient_name): And this one too.
    	(camel_mime_message_set_recipients): If we set an empty header,
    	then remove it from the header list.  Allow a null receipient
    	object to clear a header.
    	(camel_mime_message_set_from): Likewise, if setting an empty from
    	(camel_mime_message_encode_8bit_parts): Eeek!!
    	camel_stream_mem_new_with_byte_array owns the byte_array we give
    	it, so make sure we dont free any of it!
    	(camel_mime_message_encode_8bit_parts):  Infact, i'll just rewrite
    	the whole lot, its a bit of a mess.  Should really rename it and
    	make it a little more useful too, lets see ...
    	(best_encoding): This has a string interface?  Oh boy.
    	(camel_mime_message_foreach_part): New experimental function to
    	iterate over all message parts.  Might not remain.
    	(camel_mime_message_has_8bit_parts): New implementation using
    	foreach_part.  Fixed a couple of problems.
    	(find_best_encoding): New function, that finds the best encoding
    	for a given part (will probably be moved to camel-mime-part), and
    	also the best charset to use if it is a text part.  Since one
    	affects the other it is a two pass process, but uses streams and
    	not memory to achieve this.
    	(camel_mime_message_set_best_encoding): Uses the function above to
    	configure an entire message for the best encoding possible given
    	transport constraints.
    	(camel_mime_message_encode_8bit_parts): Reimplemented to use the
    	function above to perform the work.
    	* camel-internet-address.c
    	(camel_internet_address_format_address): Dont put <> around a lone
    	address with no real name.
    	(camel_internet_address_encode_address): Similarly.
    	(internet_decode): Actually return the count of decoded addresses.
    	(internet_unformat): Implement the unformatting routine.
    2000-11-05  Not Zed  <NotZed@HelixCode.com>
    	* providers/smtp/camel-smtp-transport.c (_send_to): Changed to get
    	the internetaddress directly, rather than having to parse it
    	* camel-address.c (camel_address_format): Added a new function
    	which will format address, suitable for display.
    	(camel_address_cat): Concatentate 1 camel address onto another.
    	It is upto the caller to ensure the addresses are of compatible
    	(camel_address_new_clone): New function to create a new address by
    	copying an existing one of the same type.
    	(camel_address_copy): New helper function to copy an address.
    	* camel-mime-message.h (struct _CamelMimeMessage): Removed cached
    	copy of date string.
    	(struct _CamelMimeMessage): Added date_received info.
    	* camel-mime-message.c (camel_mime_message_get_date_string):
    	Removed.  Nothing uses it anyway, and it is redundant.
    	(camel_mime_message_finalize): No more date_str.
    	(camel_mime_message_init): No more date_str, initialise
    	(write_to_stream): Change the check for a date header.
    	(process_header): No longer track the date_str.
    	(camel_mime_message_get_received_date): Removed.  totally invalid
    	(camel_mime_message_get_sent_date): Removed.  Redundant.  The only
    	'date' is the sent date, the received date is just made up.
    	(camel_mime_message_get_date): Args changed to be more consistent
    	with utility functions.
    	(camel_mime_message_get_date): Dont set the date when we're asked
    	for it (if its not set by the time its written, it'll be set
    	(camel_mime_message_get_date_received): Actually do 'the right
    	thing' here, if we have a received header, use that to determine
    	the received date.  And return the data in the same format as
    	(camel_mime_message_set_from): Changed the api to better match
    	what we should be doing.  Pass a camelinternetaddress, etc.
    	(camel_mime_message_set_reply_to): Cahnged similarly to take an
    	(camel_mime_message_get_reply_to): Likewise.
    	(camel_mime_message_finalize): Unref the from/reply_to objects.
    	(format_address): Removed, no longer needed.
    	(process_header): Changed to store the from/reply_to as
    	(write_to_stream): Set the from header directly to empty, if we
    	dont have one.  Maybe we should just abort, and/or create one
    	based on the current user.
    	* camel-mime-utils.c (header_address_list_format): Renamed to
    	header_address_list_encode, which is what it is actually doing.
    	(header_address_list_format_append): Similarly.
    	(encoding_map[]): Removed, no longer used.
    	(header_address_list_encode_append): Take another arg, do we
    	encode the address (for internet), or not (for display - utf8
    	(header_address_list_format): Re-added this function, but now it
    	generates a display version only.  Surprise surprise, that is all
    	anythign needs to generate anyway.  Sigh.
    	* camel-internet-address.c (camel_internet_address_get): Return
    	false if we get an invalid index only.
    	(camel_internet_address_encode_address): Helper function to encode
    	a single address for mailing.
    	(internet_encode): Use the above function to format it.
    	(camel_internet_address_format_address): Format a single address
    	for display.
    	(internet_format): Implement the display version.
    	(camel_internet_address_class_init): Init the internet_format
    	virtual function.
    	(internet_cat): Implement virtual function to concatenate
    	* camel-folder-summary.c
    	(camel_folder_summary_info_new_from_header): new function, only
    	build the summary info, dont add it.
    	(camel_folder_summary_info_new_from_parser): Likewise, for new
    	info from parser.
    	(camel_folder_summary_add_from_parser): Cahnged to call function
    	above to build info.
    	(camel_folder_summary_add_from_header): Changed to call function
    	above, to build info.
    	(camel_folder_summary_info_free): New function to free the summary
    	message info.
    	(camel_folder_summary_clear): Changed to clal above to free info.
    	(camel_folder_summary_remove): Likewise.
    	(camel_folder_summary_add): Cleaned up the clashing uid
    	re-assignment logic a little bit.
    	(camel_folder_summary_decode_uint32): Fixed a typo, 01 != -1.
    	(camel_folder_summary_decode_time_t): Return -1 on error.
    	(camel_folder_summary_encode_off_t): New function to encode an
    	off_t type.
    	(camel_folder_summary_decode_off_t): And likewise for the reverse.
    	(CAMEL_FOLDER_SUMMARY_VERSION): Bumped the summary version, since
    	we're now encoding time/off_t's right.
    	(summary_header_save): Use time_t encoder to save the timestamp.
    	(summary_header_load): Likewise for decoding the timestamp.
    	(content_info_load): Decode off_t types directly, now we can.
    	(content_info_save): And likewise for encoding.
    	(camel_folder_summary_add_from_message): New function, create a
    	summary item from an existing message and add it.
    	(camel_folder_summary_info_new_from_message): New function, create
    	a summary item from an existing message.
    	(summary_build_content_info_message): New function to do the dirty
    	work of building the conent info/indexing, from a message source.
    	(format_recipients): Format an internetaddress suitable for the
    	(message_info_new_from_message): Build a new summary item from a
    	mime message.
    	(content_info_new_from_message): Build a new conent info from a
    	mime part.
    	(camel_folder_summary_class_init): Init the new class functions.
    	(message_info_new_from_message): Fixed for message api change.
    	Added documentation to the functions.
    svn path=/trunk/; revision=6474
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