Re: hypermail encoding problems

From: Peter C. McCluskey <>
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2005 15:03:38 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <> (Mike FABIAN) writes:
>I think the best fix is to improve hypermail to convert all the output
>to UTF-8 *always*. That is the only possibility to get a single target
>encoding for index.html, date.html, etc. even if many different
>encodings are used in the subjects of the original mails.
>Are there any plans to add such support for UTF-8 to hypermail in the
>near future?

 I suspect you are right about what should be done.

 Daigo Matsubara <> has reportedly made some changes to support UTF-8 which haven't been checked in yet. If he isn't addressing the problem you mention, then it's unlikely that anyone has plans to (in which case I would encourage you to submit a patch).

Peter McCluskey         | Everyone complains about the laws of physics, but no| one does anything about them. - from Schild's Ladder
Received on Thu 28 Jul 2005 05:09:15 AM GMT

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