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Katsumi Yamaoka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.08007] David Hansen wrote:
>>> However I'm not sure whether it is a right solution (I don't
>>> feel like recognizing those extra data as iso-8859-1, though I'm
>>> not familiar with the actual situation in the Latin world). In
>>> addition, it is not effective in the Gnus article buffer.
>> What's the problem in article buffers?
> Because w3m-current-content-charset is nil, w3m-fix-fscked-latin-1
> does nothing (I checked it only with sb-zeit-de). We need a way
> to know the contents use Latin-1 and the extra data there.
That's true. However, Dave's patch fixed the issue when viewing the
pages in w3m but I couldn't view the correctly with your code (neither
in gnus, nor in w3m). Maybe though that your code just provides
windows-1252 and I simply couldn't persuade emacs to actually use it.
By the way, when I inserted your code in my .emacs and tried to view
the page in w3m, I typed C c windows-1252<TAB><TAB> and was presented
with to options for completion which I could tell apart. Very strange.