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Re: lynx-dev reading sjis docs [was Re: lynxcgi problem]

From: Henry Nelson
Subject: Re: lynx-dev reading sjis docs [was Re: lynxcgi problem]
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2000 19:51:17 +0900 (JST)

> Yes, I don't think that the thread that Henry referred to can serve to
> explain "why ASSUME_CHARSET is turned off" (which is still an
> assertion in question anyway).  I didn't reread all of it, so I may be
> wrong.  It looks relevant for other reasons, though.

Sorry.  Probably my misinterpretation of the following:

   Any hint which Lynx might derive from an explicit charset parameter, for
   its guessing of the encoding of Japanese text, is effectively set out of
   force by the following lines in GridText.c (if I understand correctly
   what it does):
       if (ch == ' ') {
           text->permissible_split = (int)line->size;      /* Can split here */
            *  There are some pages witten in
            *  different kanji codes. - TA
           if (HTCJK == JAPANESE)
               text->kcode = NOKANJI;



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