koblas at extra.com
Thu Oct 20 01:34:10 CEST 2005
I'll say it's a 0.5 release of the filters, there may be functionality that
is impacted. I haven't done a side by side comparison on a wide enough set
of messages to know there is no problem. Also, there were a few expressions
that while I tried to retain, I'm not 100% sure I understood what cases they
were used to have test cases for.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Raoul Bhatia" <r.bhatia at ipax.at>
To: "David Koblas" <koblas at extra.com>
Cc: <dev at lists.roundcube.net>
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2005 4:29 PM
Subject: Re: Filter patch
> does your patch change the roundcoube webmail behaviour in any way,
> the caching/mysql issue? if not, i might give it a shot!
> raoul bhatia
> On Wed, 19 Oct 2005 16:02:17 -0700, "David Koblas" <koblas at extra.com>
>> Got playing around with message processing and the idea of using filter
>> chains to handle the actions. The current system of having huge
>> in ../mail/func.inc was a little bit overboard.
>> The basic idea is to have a filter chain for different action types which
>> can process message contents and yeild results. In an ideal world you
>> have lots of filters and people writting filters. At the moment I've
>> implemented the following two:
>> * header_address
>> -- provide the link highlighter for send message (compatible
>> * message_display
>> -- address highlighting in text messages (compatible)
>> -- security (not finished, remove script tags, etc.)
>> -- hideImages (the "safe" mode for image display)
>> -- link higlighting for plain text (compatible)
>> -- quoting coloring (compatible)
>> -- date higlighting (new)
>> I thought I would float this out to the group for some feedback while I
>> continue to plug along. The ultimate idea is to have something that when
>> sees an Address / Date can provide some hook functionality to pull up a
>> Map/Calendar, etc.
>> ps. Also sitting in this diff is a fix to only cache in the local mysql
>> messages greater than a specific size, since for some larger messages
>> was barfing.
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