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Re: mailing list?
Katsumi Yamaoka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on Fri, 12 Jul 2002 08:03:14 +0900:
> > 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
> > lang=ja,color,mouse,menu,cookie,ssl,external-uri-loader,w3mmailer,nntp,gopher,alarm,mark
> > * 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:
Sorry but I still could not get it to work. Here is what I did:
1. I downloaded Mule-UCS, applied the patch, byte compiled the code, and in my
.emacs, i put:
(setq load-path (cons "c:/emacs/site-lisp/Mule-UCS/lisp" load-path))
2. In w3m customization, I set "W3m use Mule Ucs" to "on".
3. Firing up w3m go to http://www.yahoo.co.jp/, now all the Japanese character
disappeared -- not showing up at ALL. (The first character on mode-line is
4. Have w3m go to http://chinese.yahoo.com, all the Chinese characters are NOT
showing up correctly. (The first character on mode-line now is "-B\%%".)
What went wrong? Could it be a fontset problem? What addional settings do I need
to do for MUCS and w3m?
Here are all the settings I have for w3m (copied from customize section in .emacs):
'(w3m-command-arguments (quote ("-cookie" "-F" "-no-graph")))
'(w3m-use-form t nil (w3m-form))
'(w3m-use-mule-ucs t nil (w3m-ucs))
All the other w3m settings are default.
(BTW, the "-F" option for w3m-command-arguments doesn't seem to work in
w3m-emacs. When running w3m sandalone in a terminal, using -F works -- rendering
The w3m I am using is plain w3m (version 0.3), do I have to use w3m-m17n instead?