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Re: [Lynx-dev] Japanese (JIS, EUC, Shift-JIS), uxterm

From: Thorsten Glaser
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] Japanese (JIS, EUC, Shift-JIS), uxterm
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 11:55:55 +0000

Dixitur illum address@hidden scribere...

>This is another possibility why "it doesn't work" for you and it does

Yes ;)

>for me.  Are you sure the CJK stuff (--enable-cjk) applies if you are
>not using one of the CJK character sets?  Without the Sato/Asada routines
>Lynx simply will not cut the mustard.

I didn't know, that's why I asked.

>Are you using the recent patch for iconv hooks?  If not, you might give
>it a try.

Can't, because libiconv is not available at lynx compile time,
and usually not at run time, unless user installs it explicitly.

>If all three don't look the same to you, or are "mojibake", then there's
>more evidence that something is not right with your system: curses, locale,
>terminal emulator, etc.

My system does not have locale.

>About the only other thing I can think of wrt Lynx is to play with the
>option menu display section.  The following is what I have, which works
>with all three of the pages above.

Yes, I tried them.

>  ¥Ç¥£¥¹¥×¥ì¡¼¤Îʸ»ú¥»¥Ã¥È         : [Japanese (EUC-JP)______________]

I'll try that once I build kterm, but - like I said - I'd prefer to
have it in uxterm.

Still dômo arigatou for you trying to help me!

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