ietf-nntp Zero-argument ARTICLE and missing articles
andrew at erlenstar.demon.co.uk
Thu Jul 5 16:44:35 PDT 2001
>>>>> "Russ" == Russ Allbery <rra at stanford.edu> writes:
> Clive D W Feather <clive at demon.net> writes:
>> Russ Allbery said:
>>> This isn't, however, what INN does; since version 1.0, INN has always
>>> instead started to advance the current article pointer if the current
>>> article didn't exist, continuing until it found a valid article (which
>>> it would then return) or until the current article pointer reached the
>>> high water mark.
>> We must have wanted to forbid that behaviour, given the wording used.
Russ> Okay, I'll change INN.
Hrm. I just checked my code, and I'm doing the same as what INN did.
Are there any other servers that behave differently? (And are there
any clients that use NEXT/LAST much?)
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