If this were Haskell it'd be ByteString. But it's Perl 6 and byte arrays
are too much of a PITA at present, since you can't do string-y things with
them sensibly.

On Fri, Feb 10, 2017 at 4:23 AM, Francesco Rivetti <o...@oha.it> wrote:

> On 2017-02-10 5:51 AM, Brandon Allbery wrote:
>>     |3) not finding how to attach a file |
>> Strictly speaking, that is not an SMTP function. You would use a MIME
>> module to generate $message with an attached file. (This would likely be
>> an example of $message not being a Str; it would be some kind of MIME
>> object which let you add or reference attachments, and had a .Str method
>> to generate the actual encoded message to be sent over SMTP.)
> shouldn't be a byte array than?
> F

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