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Re: Outstanding bugs/wishes from Debian BTS
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09717] Tatsuya Kinoshita wrote:
> * #177243: w3m-el: cookies broken for Australian XEmacs users
;; Maybe (setq w3m-time-parse-string (function ...)) is a typo
;; of '(fset 'w3m-time-parse-string (function ...)).
I believe we have no need to cope with this report because the
function that is exactly the same as the authors' solution will
be chosen if emacs-w3m runs under the modern XEmacsen that
emacs-w3m currently supports. (I don't see why the author's
solution can distinguish Australian EST and American EST if a
time string expresses the timezone as just EST. I guess the
author modified `timezone-world-timezones' so that EST is mapped
> * #281532: w3m-el: window heights changed after following links.
This is not an emacs-w3m problem. The author should complain to
the Emacs team, if it still happens with the recent Emacs. I do
not see it with Emacs 22.1, 23.0.50, and 23.0.0, though.
> * #344015: w3m-el: https auth not supported (?)
Luca Capello wrote in the reply that the problem seemed to have
gone, though there's no answer from the author. Anyway I think
it's hard to support any kind of web authentication. Things I
can do are to have an account in a site and to make emacs-w3m
work with it one by one. In other words, it is no wonder that
emacs-w3m does not work with all such.
> * #364883: w3m-el: SRFI 14 does not render correctly.
I think I can make emacs-w3m work with:
What I need to do is only one; that is to fix the following
... <a href="#
However, is it really necessary to do so (even if Firefox works)?
If I do the fix, I have to verify that it causes no problem with
all cases. If anything, I think it's better to ask the site
admin for correcting the web contents.
> * #419647: w3m-el should not silently reject cookies by default
This issue has already been closed, hasn't it? See: