Enabeling E-Mail Name

Arno Hautala arno at alum.wpi.edu
Tue Feb 1 10:30:04 EST 2011

On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 07:34, Berengar <Berengar.Lehr at gmx.de> wrote:


> changes:

> 1) function doAutoLinks: insert '(?:\W*(.*))' in RegEx before the '>' line

> 2) function _doAutoLinks_email_callback: insert '$text = $matches[3];' before line starting with $link = ...

> 3) function encodeEmailAdress:

>  a) change signature to ($addr, $text)

>  b) wrap the line starting with $text = ... so it reads 'if ($text  == "") { $text = ... }'

You also need to pass $text to encodeEmailAddress in the callback.

> New Syntax: (mailto:$mailadress@$mailhost[ My Name)

I don't know if I mistyped something in applying your edits, or
there's something wrong in the "New Syntax", but it didn't work when I
tried this.

> pretty easy, istn't it?

A patch would have been easier and more fool proof.

What would be a beneficial addition, would be adding email obfuscation
capabilities to the [text](email) syntax. Currently the only way to
achieve obfuscation is with the <email> syntax.

arno  s  hautala    /-|   arno at alum.wpi.edu

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