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Re: w3mmee, iso-8859-1 coding is notrecognized
TSUCHIYA Masatoshi <email@example.com> writes:
>>> On Tue, 17 Jun 2003 12:25:30 +0300 (EET DST)
>>> firstname.lastname@example.org (Pierre Gaston) said as follows:
>>When looking at http://fr.sports.yahoo.com/ the page is encoded using
>>shift_jis (it should be iso-8859-1)
> I think that it is not a bug of emacs-w3m, but is a server side
> problem. The server does not provide a proper content type header
> including the information of what coding system is used, and your
> reported page also include no tags about coding systems.
That's true the content-type is not specified in the http-header.
> You can use the command `w3m-redisplay-with-charset' to view the page
> with your selected coding system.
This work, though i must do this for all pages.
> The other solution is to add your prefered coding systems such as
> `iso-8859-1' to `w3m-coding-system-priority-list'.
It tried to set w3m-language to nil and `w3m-coding-system-priority-list'
to iso-8859-1 but the pages are still displayed using shift-js.
All the other coding system related variables are set to iso-8859-1,
except w3m-input-coding-system which is set to binary
and w3m-output-coding-system which is set to ctext.
So I have no clue as to where this shift-js comes from.
> If you find its
> good default value for German people, please send it to this mailing
Well, I'm french and for French people iso-8859-1 is a good default value :-)
Thanks for your response