[Mailman-Users] Trouble with @ character in archives

Kaja P. Christiansen kaja at daimi.au.dk
Wed Jul 30 15:25:24 CEST 2003

In the internal code for (La)TeX system, the control sequences
use the @ character as a text character; on TeX related lists 
there are often examples of such internal code. Unfortunately, 
the archiver (mailman 2.1.2) converts a 'string1 at string2' pattern 
to an email address. So, if a posting has a line with something like:

   \put(\strip at pt\@tempdimb,\strip at pt\@tempdimc)

this line will appear in the archives as 

   \put(\strip at pt\@tempdimb,\strip at pt\@tempdimc)

where 'strip at pt' are links pointing to the listinfo page.


Is there a workaround to prevent this behaviour?


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