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Hi!

If not running as CGI, Ruby programs using class CGI expect name=value
pairs on standard input. Is there a way of suppressing this if one is
(ab)using CGI to generate HTML for other purposes than CGI scripts (like
generating HTML mails)?

Before you answer please consider not to start a discussion on HTML
mails. I know what I am doing. The program in question splits the
Freshmeat newsletter into single messages and presently outputs Plain
Text messages. It turned out that the usability of the messages can be
improved by using HTML as a means for formatting the message.

The program will not enforce a certain format but will provide the
choice between Plain Text, HTML only and multipart messages containing
both formats so that you can use what best fits your preferences and the
MUA(s) you use.

Josef 'Jupp' Schugt
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The EU commission tries to implement a software patent directive against
the express will of the parliament. That should be an issue to any EU
citizen - even if he or she has not the slightest interest in software.
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