>> > All the files in the latex distribution are checked for the 72
>> > character limit as part of the Makefile that makes up the
>> > distribution.
>> Last year I changed it to check for 80 characters per line. I'm not
>> going to support mail gateways that cut at 72.
>If 80 gets through, you can't quote it without rewrapping it yourself.
Sure, no problem: My text editor can handle lines of more than 5000
characters, which can be displayed without wrapping using a scroll-bar. So
I write such a line, puts it in the mail, making sure the automated
hard-wrapping feature is turned off, the letter being MIME'd. When it
arrives, the line is picked together to 5000 character length, and the
recipient displays that as is deemed suitable, say with a scroll-bar,
So LaTeX needs not worry about email line length limitations, really.
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