Commit 2e86873e authored by Thomas Roessler's avatar Thomas Roessler

Add unauto_view. From Jeremy Blosser.

parent bfa10855
......@@ -2792,6 +2792,10 @@ application/x-tar-gz; gunzip -c %s | tar -tf - ; copiousoutput
application/postscript; ps2ascii %s; copiousoutput
``unauto_view'' can be used to remove previous entries from the autoview list.
This can be used with message-hook to autoview messages based on size, etc.
``unauto_view *'' will remove all previous entries.
<sect1>MIME Multipart/Alternative<label id="alternative_order">
Mutt has some heuristics for determining which attachment of a
......@@ -2889,6 +2893,8 @@ The following are the commands understood by mutt.
<tt><ref id="auto_view" name="auto&lowbar;view"></tt> <em/mimetype/ &lsqb; <em/mimetype/ ... &rsqb;
<tt><ref id="auto_view" name="unauto&lowbar;view"></tt> <em/mimetype/ &lsqb; <em/mimetype/ ... &rsqb;
<tt><ref id="bind" name="bind"></tt> <em/map/ <em/key/ <em/function/
<tt><ref id="charset-hook" name="charset-hook"></tt> <em/alias/ <em/charset/
......@@ -82,8 +82,12 @@ used by mutt to determine which part of a
\fBmultipart/alternative\fP body to display.
A subtype of \(lq\fB*\fP\(rq matches any subtype, as does an empty
\fBauto_view\fP \fItype\fP[\fB/\fP\fIsubtype\fP] [ ... ]
\fBunauto_view\fP \fItype\fP[fB/\fP\fIsubtype\fP] [ ... ]
This commands permits you to specify that mutt should automatically
convert the given MIME types to text/plain when displaying messages.
For this to work, there must be a
......@@ -2657,6 +2657,7 @@ struct command_t Commands[] = {
{ "subscribe", parse_subscribe, 0 },
{ "toggle", parse_set, M_SET_INV },
{ "unalias", parse_unalias, 0 },
{ "unauto_view", parse_unlist, UL &AutoViewList },
{ "unhdr_order", parse_unlist, UL &HeaderOrderList },
{ "unhook", mutt_parse_unhook, 0 },
{ "unignore", parse_unignore, 0 },
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