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Author kael
Recipients kael
Date 2007-09-01.08:56:58
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email.header.decode_header expect a space or end of line after the end
of an encoded word ("?="). There is nothing about that thing in RFC 2047.

Python 2.5.1 ChangeLog seems to indicate that this bug has been solved.
Unfortunately, the function still don't work.

A visible effet of the bad regex used has the consequence found in Issue

it seems there are 2 different regex with the same purpose in two
different files (ecre in & ecre in the one in seems to give better results.
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