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Timestamp:
2005-11-18T12:41:58Z (15 years ago)
Author:
Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@…>
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master
Children:
517ecc4
Parents:
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Message:

HTML stripping is optional again (but still safer than before 0.93), but now enabled by default.

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  • doc/user-guide/commands.xml

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    303303        </bitlbee-setting>
    304304
    305         <bitlbee-setting name="html" type="string">
    306                 <default>nostrip</default>
    307                 <possible-values>strip, nostrip</possible-values>
    308 
    309                 <description>
    310                         <para>
    311                                 Determines what BitlBee should do with HTML in messages. If set to nostrip, HTML in messages will not be touched. If set to strip, all HTML will be stripped from messages. Unfortunately this sometimes strips too much.
     305        <bitlbee-setting name="strip_html" type="boolean">
     306                <default>True</default>
     307
     308                <description>
     309                        <para>
     310                                Determines what BitlBee should do with HTML in messages. Normally this is turned on and HTML will be stripped from messages, if BitlBee thinks there is HTML.
     311                        </para>
     312                        <para>
     313                                If BitlBee fails to detect this sometimes (most likely in AIM messages over an ICQ connection), you can set this setting to <emphasis>always</emphasis>, but this might sometimes accidentally strip non-HTML things too.
    312314                        </para>
    313315                </description>
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