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Re: domain=.google.cn (was Re: Emacs-w3m bug)

The rule of construct the top level domain name in China is,
example about google.
      www.google.com or www.google.cn don't like Japanese's www.google.co.jp
      don't have any website use like foo.com.cn bar.net.cn, only will use like:
      name.cn name.com name.net.
About second:
      i used to use Emacs-22, and now i use Emacs, so i delete all file under /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/w3m, and load-path from ~/MyEmacs/Site-Lisp/emacs-w3m-for-emacs-23/ and "emacs-w3m-for-emacs-23" is the cvs of emacs-w3m, maybe i delete import file under /usr/share/emacs/site-listp/w3m.
     But i browser website use emacs-w3m is normal, can you tell me emacs-23 need other files except files under "emacs-w3m"?

2008/1/22, Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>:
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09945] Lazycat Manatee wrote:

> I'm use emacs-w3m version 1.5 in emacs version
> When i use www.google.cn search some keyword, example "hacker", 1 ~ 2
> second later,
> Have a message display in minibuffer:

> "www.google.cn tried to set a cookie for domain .google.cn. -rejected."

It's a bug, I think.  Could you (or anyone) let us know the rule
to construct the top level domain name in China?  What I want to
know is whether it always consists of two words separated with a
dot, i.e., foo.cn, bar.cn, etc.  Or, are there the ones like
foo.com.cn , bar.net.cn, and so forth?  In either case, we'll need
to improve the variable `w3m-cookie-two-dot-domains-regexp' and
the related functions for Chinese sites.

> and then CPU use very high, emacs can't reponse my input from
> keyboard, so i always use "killall emacs" to quit emacs.

Strange.  I couldn't reproduce such a trouble using the latest
Emacs 23.0.60.  Could you try the latest emacs-unicode-2?  Anyway
that Emacs hangs should not be due to Lisp programs, though.
(That is, what the emacs-w3m team can do is only to report it to
the Emacs team.)