Mms2r 2.0.0 Released

mms2r version 2.0.0 has been released!

DESCRIPTION:

MMS2R is a library that decodes the parts of an MMS message to disk
while
stripping out advertising injected by the mobile carriers. MMS messages
are
multipart email and the carriers often inject branding into these
messages. Use
MMS2R if you want to get at the real user generated content from a MMS
without
having to deal with the cruft from the carriers.

If MMS2R is not aware of a particular carrier no extra processing is
done to the
MMS other than decoding and consolidating its media.

Contact the author to add additional carriers to be processed by the
library.
Suggestions and patches appreciated and welcomed!

Corpus of carriers currently processed by MMS2R:

Changes:

1.2.0 / 2008-01-23 (Skwisgaar Skwigelf - fastest guitarist alive)

  • added support for pxt.vodafone.net.nz PXT New Zealand

  • added support for mms.o2online.de O2 Germany

  • added support for orangemms.net Orange UK

  • added support for txt.att.net AT&T

  • added support for mms.luxgsm.lu LUXGSM S.A.

  • added support for mms.netcom.no NetCom (Norway)

  • added support for mms.three.co.uk Hutchison 3G UK Ltd

  • removed deprecated #get_number use #number

  • removed deprecated #get_subject use #subject

  • removed deprecated #get_body use #body

  • removed deprecated #get_media use #default_media

  • removed deprecated #get_text use #default_text

  • removed deprecated #get_attachment use #attachment

  • fixed error when Sprint content server responds 500

  • better yaml configs

  • moved TMail dependency from Rails ActionMailer SVN to ‘official’ Gem

  • ::new greedily processes MMS unless otherwise specified as an
    initialize
    option :process => :lazy

  • logger moved to initialize option :logger => some_logger

  • testing using mocks and stubs instead of duck raped Net::HTTP

  • fixed typo in name of method #attachement to #attachment

  • fixed broken downloading of Sprint videos

  • http://mms2r.rubyforge.org/

  • http://rubyforge.org/tracker/?group_id=3065

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