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Re: [Q] does w3m sometimes download garbage?

Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@jpl.org> writes:

Hi Katsumi,

Thanks, this works!

Will this change be entered into the real w3m.el?

Users of my package will need to know.


> Hi,
> I have no idea how we should fix this problem, but I noticed what is
> bad at least.  You will be able to fix it temporarily modifying the
> w3m-download function as follows:
> < (w3m-retrieve url t no-cache...
>> (w3m-retrieve url nil no-cache...
>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.07126] Joakim Verona wrote:
>> here is a url that consistently fails for me:
> http://zcultfm4.no-ip.org:6969/torrent.html?info_hash=4034a05a962f4b9b470e197417753f87d4cae046
>> w3m does download something, but im not shure what it is.
> w3m-download specifies the second argument `no-decode' as t to the
> w3m-retrieve function so that it should not decode the contents.
> However, the contents of that url has been encoded with `deflate'.
> Here's the header information:
> W3m-current-url:
> http://zcultfm4.no-ip.org:6969/torrent.html?info_hash=4034a05a962f4b9b470e197417753f87d4cae046W3m-document-charset: US-ASCII HTTP/1.1 200 OK Connection: close
> Content-Disposition:: attachment; filename="dcp 10-14-04.torrent"
> Content-Encoding: deflate Content-Length: 22722 Content-Type:
> application/x-bittorrent; name="dcp 10-14-04.torrent" Expires: Fri Oct
> 15 04:13:43 2004 GMT
> Does anyone know what is the right solution?  と言っても土屋さんしかい
> ないかなあ? ごめん。