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>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.07992] $BEZ20$5$s(B wrote:
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> $B$?$N$G$9$,!$(Btexinfo $B$N%I%-%e%a%s%H$r99?7$9$k$3$H$rK:$l$F$$$?$3$H$K5$IU(B
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Non-nil means show decoded URIs in the echo area, the balloon, etc.
This variable can take one of the following five kinds of forms:
Decode URIs using the encoding assumed by the default
presumption rule based on the priority list including the
encoding used to decode the current page and the value of
2. Coding system
Decode URIs using this value.
3. List of coding systems
Decode URIs using the encoding assumed based on this list.
4. Alist of predicates and forms described below:
Each element looks like the `(PREDICATE . ENCODING)' form.
`PREDICATE' should be a regexp, a function or a Lisp form, and
`ENCODING' should be one of the forms described here
excluding this form. If `PREDICATE' is a regexp, it will be
tested whether it matches to the current url. If it is a
function, it will be called with no argument. If it is a
Lisp form, it will be simply evaluated. Elements are tested
in turn until the result of the test of the predicate is true
and the encoding which is associated to the predicate is used
for decoding URIs.
Don't decode URIs.