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Re: UTF-8 related display problem

From: Marc Wilhelm Küster
Subject: Re: UTF-8 related display problem
Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 21:07:28 +0200


On Mon, 7 Oct 2002, Marc Wilhelm =?iso-8859-1?Q?K=FCster?= wrote:

> The file in question contains data that should not be widely circulated. Is
> it possible that you can have a look at the problem and then delete the
> file afterwards?

It's better if you could remove all the sensitive parts from the file,
but without causing the problem you see to disappear.  Can you do that?
If you can, then please post the file here as a binary attachment, and
someone will look at the problem.

Thanks, great!

Please find attached a version of the file that has all ASCII letters (a-z, A-Z) transformed into a's. All non-ASCII letters are left intact. The bug still occurs.

Just open the file as a UTF-8 text file. Note that the display ends right in a Hebrew passage on line 2883 (the line begins with <a><?aaaa ^@-0?>

It is here that the file would be truncated if it were saved.

In reality, the file has 8721 lines and ends in </aaa.2>

Best regards,

Marc Küster

Marc Wilhelm Küster
Saphor GmbH

Fronländer 22
D-72072 Tübingen

Tel.: (+49) / (0)7472 / 949 100
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