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Re: ;;; sb-fau.el --- Freie ArbeiterInnen Union shimbun backend
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.07957] David Hansen wrote:
> Now i understand why i never had problems:
> (standard-display-ascii ?\225 [?\⋅])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\204 [?\„])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\223 [?\‟])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\224 [?\”])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\222 [?\'])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\226 [?\–])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\227 [?\—])
> (standard-display-ascii ?\205 [?\…])
> It's a common mistake of fscked "latin-1" web servers to send a
> wrong encoding (actually always these m$ crap). It would be nice
> to have a solution for normal web browsing to.
I see. I tried it with Emacs 22.0.50 and saw the pages in the
fau.org site were displayed correctly.
> As far as i know these window-<foo> encodings are pretty close to
> the latin-n encodings. May it be possible to recode them within
> the w3m package to similar latin-n characters, e.g ” -> " or ''?
I think that's a good idea if it is possible to know the page is
encoded by one of Latin-n, but...
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.07958] David Hansen wrote:
> Ugh, even worse... It doesn't send any encoding at all
> And no meta tag either for
> So I doubt that it's possible to find a general solution (I think
> there are several windows-<foo> encoding to expand various
> latin-n charsets with some fancy chars).
I think so. And there seemed to be another problem when I
tested it with Emacs 21.3. Furthermore, the next release is
just around the corner, so I'd like to put it off if you don't
have a definite idea.
BTW, isn't there a change which should be applied to the present
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.07959] ARISAWA Akihiro wrote:
>> +(luna-define-method shimbun-article ((shimbun shimbun) header
> Isn't the class name a typo of shimbun-fau?
Oops, I'll fix it later. Thanks.