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Re: mailing list?
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.03634]
>>>>> "Tong Jin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I tried twice to subscribe to w3m mailing (to
> email@example.com) without any responses.
Oops. I'm not sure how are the list administrations done.
Tsuchiya-san? Anyway we welcome you to the emacs-w3m community.
> I understand most of the posts are in Japanese, which I don't
> understand, but I could not find another place to ask questions
> about it.
This is just the place to talk about emacs-w3m things. Although
there are many Japanese people and are talking Japanese, feel
free to write in English.
> Basically, my question is how do I use emacs-w3m to display CJK web
> pages. I am using w3m 0.3, used all the default settings of
> emacs-w3m (w3m_el-1.3). For Japanese (such as yahoo japan), it seems
> to work. But for Chinese (gb or big5), the characters are not
> showing up correctly in emacs.
> My environment:
> * Gnu Emacs 21.2.1 Windows 2000,
> * w3m: compiled with cygwin version:
> w3m version w3m/0.3, options
> * emacs-w3m: 1.3, out of box configuration
> I'd really appreciate if you can help with these questions.
Well, you might have to install the Mule-UCS Emacs Lisp package,
which is available in:
In addition, I recommend you apply the following patch. It was
contributed by Dave Love to make Mule-UCS load fast for Emacs
21.2 and later, with my small addition:
--- Mule-UCS-0.84/lisp/jisx0213/x0213-csys.el~ 2000-11-21 01:34:27.000000000 +0000
+++ Mule-UCS-0.84/lisp/jisx0213/x0213-csys.el 2002-04-07 22:59:57.067017578 +0000
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
;; This program defines coding-system described in JIS X 0213 standard.
+(eval-when-compile (require 'cl))
--- Mule-UCS-0.84/lisp/un-define.el~ 2001-03-06 22:41:38.000000000 +0000
+++ Mule-UCS-0.84/lisp/un-define.el 2002-04-07 22:59:15.166528639 +0000
@@ -610,13 +610,21 @@
- (lambda (y)
- (nth 0 y) (nth 1 y) (nth 2 y)
- (nth 3 y) (nth 4 y) (nth 5 y) (nth 6 y))
- (coding-system-put (car y) 'alias-coding-systems (list (car x))))
- (cdr x)))
+ (if (fboundp 'register-char-codings)
+ ;; Mule 5, where we don't need the eol-type specified and
+ ;; register-char-codings may be very slow for these coding
+ ;; system definitions.
+ (let ((y (cadr x)))
+ (car x) (nth 1 y) (nth 2 y)
+ (nth 3 y) (nth 4 y) (nth 5 y)))
+ (lambda (y)
+ (nth 0 y) (nth 1 y) (nth 2 y)
+ (nth 3 y) (nth 4 y) (nth 5 y) (nth 6 y))
+ (coding-system-put (car y) 'alias-coding-systems (list (car x))))
+ (cdr x))))
?u "UTF-8 coding system"
And you need to put the following line in your .emacs file:
It takes a moment.
> BTW, emacs-w3m is absolutely great software!
Katsumi Yamaoka <firstname.lastname@example.org>