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Re: mule-ucs problem in Debian

Hi Sebastian,

Thanks for sending the report to the list.

>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.08350] Sebastian Luque wrote:

> emacs-w3m-version
>  => "1.4.4"

This is the latest version, though we've made not a few changes
in the upstream (i.e., CVS).

> emacs-version
>  => "GNU Emacs 21.4.1 (i386-pc-linux-gnu, X toolkit, Xaw3d scroll bars)\n of 2005-03-17 on trouble, modified by Debian"
> mule-version
>  => "5.0 (SAKAKI)"
> system-type
>  => gnu/linux
> w3m-version
>  => "w3m/0.5.1"
> w3m-type
>  => w3m-m17n

The external w3m program you're using is also very new.

> w3m-compile-options
>  => ("lang=en" "m17n" "image" "color" "ansi-color" "mouse" "gpm" "menu" "cookie" "ssl" "ssl-verify" "external-uri-loader" "w3mmailer" "nntp" "gopher" "ipv6" "alarm" "mark" "migemo")
> w3m-language
>  => nil
> w3m-command-arguments
>  => nil
> w3m-command-arguments-alist
>  => nil
> w3m-command-environment
>  => nil
> w3m-input-coding-system
>  => utf-8
> w3m-output-coding-system
>  => utf-8
> w3m-use-mule-ucs
>  => nil

There seems to be no problem, furthermore you don't seem to need
to use w3m-ucs.el.  My only one worry is that the utf-8 coding
system which Emacs 21.x provides does support only Latin text.
If you have a need to read text in various languages (e.g.,
Chinese, Japanese, Korean), you indeed have to use Mule-UCS (it
is no longer necessary to use with Emacs 22, though).

To use it, put the following line in your ~/.emacs file.

(load "un-define")

(You have to install Mule-UCS in advance, of course.)

>>>>> In <877jf2rz6q.fsf@mun.ca> Sebastian Luque wrote:

> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (file-error "Cannot open load file" "w3m-ucs")
>   load("w3m-ucs")
>   load-library("w3m-ucs")
> * call-interactively(load-library)
>   execute-extended-command(nil)
>   call-interactively(execute-extended-command)

While I think you don't always need to use the w3m-ucs.el
module, You had better check your emacs-w3m installation.  If it
has been successful, the w3m-ucs.el module should be found in
the directory in which the w3m.el(c) module has been installed.
To know it, type M-x locate-library RET w3m RET.