30/04/12 09:48, Steinar Bang
>>>>>> Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus...>:
>> Totally off topic, I was looking at how strange your messages are
>> rendering and wondering whether the mail reader was interpreting your
>> messages incorrectly or something. But here's the (sort of) raw source
>> of that text:
>> <div>I agree with you. Fortunately that's not what I'm arguing. I'm arguing that</div><div>for a very specific corner of the type system, we merge two separate</div>
>> <div>meanings of nil. I'm arguing that the empty string as it is used today is,</div><div>for all intents, just another nil. So it should not signal an error if they are</div><div>treated the same.</div>
>> (This is the text/html part of the multipart message you send.)
> Note that the text/plain version of the message is foramatted exactly
> like the bit you quoted.
Looks like he's writing his email in emacs, with emacs wrapping, and
then pasting it into gmail, which then adds further (and different)
wrapping. Not much gnus can do, I think.