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Re: Typo in an IPv6 address in USEPRO
Julien ÉLIE <julien@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> 3.2.2. Path Header Field Example
> Path: foo.isp.example!.SEEN.isp.example!foo-news
> This article was injected by baz.isp.example as indicated by the
> <diag-keyword> "POSTED". The injector has recorded that it received
> the article from dialup123.baz.isp.example. "not-for-mail" is a
> common <tail-entry>.
> ** Still a missing (double) space before "not-for-mail" (otherwise, in case
> ** it is a bug in the converter into text, a semicolon ";" could be used).
This is a tool limitation. In the XML source, there is a newline after
that period and "not-for-mail" is on the next line. xml2rfc doesn't use
two spaces after the period when reflowing the paragraph.
The paragraph currently uses one sentence per concept, and the part about
not-for-mail is not the same concept as the previous sentence. I'm
hesitant to fiddle with the grammar to work around a minor rendering flaw
in the converter.
> bar.isp.example relayed it to foo-news, which, not being convinced
> that it truly came from bar.isp.example, inserted the <diag-keyword>
> "MISMATCH" and then stated that it received the article from the IPv6
> address [2001:DB8:0:0:8:800:200C:417A].
> ** The IPv6 address is not the same between the sample and its comment.
> ** I think (or better say Google hints that) the right one is the second one,
> ** with "DB8".
Thanks, I'll try to get this fixed.
Russ Allbery (rra@xxxxxxxxxxxx) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>