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>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.01647]
>>>>> Jay Belanger <email@example.com> wrote:
Jay> First of all, let me say:
Jay> * I'm not sure if this address is used to join the mailing list, or
Jay> to send messages to it. So, either here's a message, or
Jay> subscribe emacs-w3m
It's ok. firstname.lastname@example.org is a open list. Any comments,
suggestions, or bug fixes are welcome.
Jay> * Sorry that I'm posting in English.
Jay> * emacs-w3m is extremely nifty.
Jay> That said, there seems to be a problem with w3m-anchor.
Jay> (I'm using the current cvs version.)
Jay> If the url being referenced to begins with //, then w3m-anchor seems
Jay> to add the url of the current page to the beginning. It seems as if
Jay> this is appropriate if the url being referenced begins with /, but if
Jay> it begins with //, then there only needs to be a http: put at the
Jay> This is occurs at slashdot, for example, where the "Read More" is
Jay> <a HREF="//slashdot.org/interviews/01/10/04/1849203.shtml"><b>Read More...</b></a>
Jay> for example, but w3m-print-this-url prints
Jay> I'm poking around at the w3m-add-text-properties, etc., to see why it
Jay> is doing this, but I haven't yet found out why.
Thank you for the bug report. I have tried to fix this and
committed it in the CVS repository only a moment ago. Could you
please try to use it?
Jay> And, by the way,
Jay> emacs-w3m is extremely cool!
Katsumi Yamaoka <email@example.com>