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Re: Message thread links to wrong object
Thanks. Closing those anchors has remedied the problem. I appreciate the help.
Earl Hood wrote:
> On October 6, 1998 at 08:50, Tim McMahon wrote:
> > o The exact command-line used to invoke the program.
> > bbtest1
> It is better to show the actual options passed to mhonarc.
> > o Any other information that might prove useful (eg. input files, resource
> > files, environment settings, etc).
> > RCFILE follows
> No "author" resource file was provided, but it should not be needed.
> One problem is that you have an unclosed anchor in the LISTBEGIN and
> THEAD resources. Maybe using something like weblint on HTML output
> will help detect these kinds of errors. Errors like this can be hard
> to spot manually within a resource file since resource file
> syntax can confuse things.
> Earl Hood | University of California: Irvine
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