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Re: emacs-w3m-1.3.4rc4

At Mon, 09 Jun 2003 10:42:31 +0200,
Clemens Fischer wrote:
> > At Sat, 07 Jun 2003 14:42:50 +0200,
> > Clemens Fischer wrote:
> >> 
> >> i'm very sorry, but POST URIs are still encoded with `&' instead
> >> of plain `&', which makes them fail.  tested against "pure" w3m and
> >> elinks, where they work.  GET method isn't corrupted this way.
> >
> > I think it is a same problem as [emacs-w3m:00150].  The letter '&'
> > in the form action url is encoded to '&' by w3m's halfdump.
> > I've commited same workaround to the CVS trunk and 1_3 branch.
> but w3m used without emacs-w3m does _not_ exhibit this bug!  i've
> tried (i) emacs-w3m, (ii) w3m and (iii) elinks on the wiki in
> question;  only emacs-w3m does the corruption of `&' characters in
> POST requests.

Yes, this is emacs-w3m specific problem, because it only appears on
w3m's 'halfdump' output.
Do you mean the latest CVS version of emacs-w3m still exibit this bug?
As I mentioned, I've commited a workaround for this bug...

> btw:  [emacs-w3m:00150] would be a rather old article, emacs-w3m is
> higher than 05085 now.  do you mean this is an old issue?

I meant: 
  [emacs-w3m:00150] was for 'link url'.
  This bug is for 'form action url' and is caused by the same reason
  (w3m halfdump output format).

> > RSS is not supported in shimbun yet.
> > You have to write a new shimbun backend to read other newspapers...
> > (I think XML parser with good namespace support is required to
> > support RSS)
> gnus-CVS (i'm using the released version .10.3) has RSS support, so
> what is special about emacs-w3ms shimbun support?  has this to do with
> multi-byte characters or do yomiury and asahi not offer regular news
> syndication via RSS, like many other sites have started to?

Oh, I didn't know about nnrss.el.
I'll take a closer look at it.

Yuuichi Teranishi <teranisi@gohome.org>
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