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Re: Character set problems
TSUCHIYA Masatoshi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In order to see them properly, there are 2 solutions. The first one
> is converting ISO 8859-1 charactes to numeric character references
> which is defined by HTML4, and the second one is rebuilding `w3mmee'
> In the first solution, you must (1) install `mule-ucs' package, (2)
> run `dpkg-reconfigure locales' to generate `ja_JP.eucJP' locale, and
> (3) put this expression
> (setq w3m-process-environment '(("LANG" "ja_JP.eucJP")))
> into your ~/.emacs.
This indeed did the trick but this also has the unfortunate
side-effect of getting me Japanese version of, at least,
<http://www.google.com>. It seems that Debian's w3m is a shell
script that ends up running w3m-ssl-ja if the locale is
ja_JP.eucJP. I guess that w3m-ssl-ja sends something to the WWW
server that makes it send the Japanese version of the page.
If this can be made to work without such side-effects, I think it
would be nice if emacs-w3m did (3) automatically. After all, I
have already told Emacs that my language environment is latin-1 so
that should really be enough for WWW pages with unknown
character set to be defaulted to ISO 8859-1.
Btw, it seems that emacs-w3m tries to locally augment process
environment using w3m-process-environment this way:
(dolist ... (setenv ... ...)))
This obviously doesn't work if some variable is set already because
then setenv mutates process-environment. I have fixed this in my
asynchronous version of emacs-w3m by introducing
w3m-with-augmented-process-environment. I'll try to post a patch
of my version against the latest normal version soon (I'm ill at
the moment so this may take few days) so you can take that bugfix
> In the second solution, you have to apply `patches/post-header.patch'
> before rebuilding `w3mmee' package in order to get an executable which
> accepts `-header' option and `-post' option. And, you must put this
> following expression
> (setq w3m-type 'w3mmee)
> into your ~/.emacs.
I'll try this some day. I'd prefer an approach that works with
stock Debian packages of w3m[mee], though.
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