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Re: getting rid of ^M displayed by emacs-w3m

From: Alexey Pustyntsev
Subject: Re: getting rid of ^M displayed by emacs-w3m
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 10:58:37 +1100
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 Emacs/

David Hansen <address@hidden> writes:

> To me this looks like the page explicitly asked to display a
> carriage return.  So I think what emacs w3m does here is reasonable.
> But maybe this "&#13;" is some html trick I don't know...

Thanks David.

What I don't understand here is why w3m doesn't display
^M (or, perhaps, something else) in xterm when the page explicitly
asks to do so.

> How do you think should emacs-w3m render a carriage return?

I consider ^M to be garbage in the rendered html so it should not be
displayed by default unless, of course, specifically requested.


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