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bug#44604: 27.1; gpg error when language environment is set to Turkish

From: Fatih Aydın
Subject: bug#44604: 27.1; gpg error when language environment is set to Turkish
Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2020 20:52:49 +0000

Is there something I can do to help with the process of solving this problem?
Also do you think that this will solved in the next release?

Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>, 14 Kas 2020 Cmt, 19:49 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
> From: Fatih Aydin <fataydin138@gmail.com>
> Date: Sat, 14 Nov 2020 19:31:56 +0000
> Cc: Lars Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>, 44604@debbugs.gnu.org
> To make sure that it will solve the problem, I have applied the solution you suggested.
> Copied the source and changed '^direct' to '^DIRECT' and builded.
> The proxy problem is solved, but the package-install gpg problem I mentioned (Error while verifying signature
> archive-contents.sig:) is still there.
> Also I found another weird bug related to this:
> with English language environment visit 'https://www.google.com.tr' using eww, you will see the Turkish
> characters correctly.
> with Turkish language environment, do the same thing, you will see weird characters instead of Turkish
> characters.

The ELisp manual says:

     Some language environments modify the case conversions of ASCII
  characters; for example, in the Turkish language environment, the ASCII
  capital I is downcased into a Turkish dotless i (‘ı’).  This can
  interfere with code that requires ordinary ASCII case conversion, such
  as implementations of ASCII-based network protocols.  In that case, use
  the ‘with-case-table’ macro with the variable ASCII-CASE-TABLE, which
  stores the unmodified case table for the ASCII character set.

I guess we need to use this around forms that implement network
protocols.  At least this doesn't seem to help:

 M-: (with-case-table ascii-case-table (eww "https://www.google.com.tr")) RET

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