Changeset e5b521d


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Timestamp:
2010-06-14T08:28:32Z (9 years ago)
Author:
Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@…>
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Message:

s/buddy_sendbuffer/paste_buffer/ in the docs as well.

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  • doc/user-guide/commands.xml

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    498498        </bitlbee-setting>
    499499
    500         <bitlbee-setting name="buddy_sendbuffer" type="boolean" scope="global">
    501                 <default>false</default>
    502 
    503                 <description>
    504                         <para>
    505                                 By default, when you send a message to someone, BitlBee forwards this message to the user immediately. When you paste a large number of lines, the lines will be sent in separate messages, which might not be very nice to read. If you enable this setting, BitlBee will buffer your messages and wait for more data.
    506                         </para>
    507 
    508                         <para>
    509                                 Using the <emphasis>buddy_sendbuffer_delay</emphasis> setting you can specify the number of seconds BitlBee should wait for more data before the complete message is sent.
    510                         </para>
    511 
    512                         <para>
    513                                 Please note that if you remove a buddy from your list (or if the connection to that user drops) and there's still data in the buffer, this data will be lost. BitlBee will not try to send the message to the user in those cases.
    514                         </para>
    515                 </description>
    516         </bitlbee-setting>
    517 
    518         <bitlbee-setting name="buddy_sendbuffer_delay" type="integer" scope="global">
    519                 <default>200</default>
    520 
    521                 <description>
    522 
    523                         <para>
    524                                 Tell BitlBee after how many (mili)seconds a buffered message should be sent. Values greater than 5 will be interpreted as miliseconds, 5 and lower as seconds.
    525                         </para>
    526 
    527                         <para>
    528                                 See also the <emphasis>buddy_sendbuffer</emphasis> setting.
    529                         </para>
    530                 </description>
    531         </bitlbee-setting>
    532 
    533500        <bitlbee-setting name="charset" type="string" scope="global">
    534501                <default>utf-8</default>
     
    782749                        <para>
    783750                                Note that BitlBee will always say this setting is empty. This doesn't mean there is no password, it just means that, for security reasons, BitlBee stores passwords somewhere else so they can't just be retrieved in plain text.
     751                        </para>
     752                </description>
     753        </bitlbee-setting>
     754
     755        <bitlbee-setting name="paste_buffer" type="boolean" scope="global">
     756                <default>false</default>
     757
     758                <description>
     759                        <para>
     760                                By default, when you send a message to someone, BitlBee forwards this message to the user immediately. When you paste a large number of lines, the lines will be sent in separate messages, which might not be very nice to read. If you enable this setting, BitlBee will buffer your messages and wait for more data.
     761                        </para>
     762
     763                        <para>
     764                                Using the <emphasis>paste_buffer_delay</emphasis> setting you can specify the number of seconds BitlBee should wait for more data before the complete message is sent.
     765                        </para>
     766
     767                        <para>
     768                                Please note that if you remove a buddy from your list (or if the connection to that user drops) and there's still data in the buffer, this data will be lost. BitlBee will not try to send the message to the user in those cases.
     769                        </para>
     770                </description>
     771        </bitlbee-setting>
     772
     773        <bitlbee-setting name="paste_buffer_delay" type="integer" scope="global">
     774                <default>200</default>
     775
     776                <description>
     777
     778                        <para>
     779                                Tell BitlBee after how many (mili)seconds a buffered message should be sent. Values greater than 5 will be interpreted as miliseconds, 5 and lower as seconds.
     780                        </para>
     781
     782                        <para>
     783                                See also the <emphasis>paste_buffer</emphasis> setting.
    784784                        </para>
    785785                </description>
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