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Re: [Nmh-workers] mhshow display bug

From: Paul Fox
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] mhshow display bug
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2014 18:32:02 -0400

david wrote:
 > part       text/plain                1044
 > Paul rote:
 > > i currently have this in my mh_profile:
 > >  mhshow-charset-iso-8859-1: %s | /usr/bin/iconv -f ISO-8859-1 -t UTF-8 | 
 > > less
 > > 
 > > whether i need it currently or not (do i?  has the iconv conversion
 > > been internalized?)
 > You shouldn't need that any more, depending on your locale:
 >   - If nmh was configured with iconv(3) support, mhshow will convert, if
 >     necessary, the charset of text/plain content to match the user's
 >     locale setting.
 > > , it seems like it should still work.
 > Agreed.
 > > but it seems the %s is being dropped, rather than expanded to
 > > the message displayer command, leaving "| iconv" as the command
 > > to be run.
 > > i tried to figure this out, for a while, but got lost in
 > > parse_display_string().  sorry.
 > It would be ct->c_termproc, I think, at the very end of
 > parse_display_string().  I'll look at it later this evening if you
 > don't beat me to it.

right.  i've now verified that InitText() is never being called, which
would have initialized ct->c_termproc.  so that means an initialization
of ct->c_ctinitfnx is being missed.  and now i really _am_ lost.  :-)

 paul fox, address@hidden (arlington, ma, where it's 54.7 degrees)

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