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emacs 30.5.0 editing epub

From: H . -J . Heitländer
Subject: emacs 30.5.0 editing epub
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 18:35:55 +0000

Hi there,

trying to get my feet wet with emacs and lisp. ... well it seems I am drowning...

The problem:

I am editing epub archives and  any saves that I am doing result in



Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)

doc-view--revert-buffer(#f(compiled-function (&rest args) #<bytecode -0x1d096aa50772e2b6>) t t)

apply(doc-view--revert-buffer #f(compiled-function (&rest args) #<bytecode -0x1d096aa50772e2b6>) (t t))

#f(advice doc-view--revert-buffer :around #f(compiled-function (&rest args) #<bytecode -0x1d096aa50772e2b6>))(t t)

archive--mode-revert(#f(advice doc-view--revert-buffer :around #f(compiled-function (&rest args) #<bytecode -0x1d096aa50772e2b6>)) nil nil)

apply(archive--mode-revert #f(advice doc-view--revert-buffer :around #f(compiled-function (&rest args) #<bytecode -0x1d096aa50772e2b6>)) (nil nil))

#f(advice archive--mode-revert :around #f(advice doc-view--revert-buffer :around #f(compiled-function (&rest args) #<bytecode -0x1d096aa50772e2b6>)))(nil nil)






funcall-interactively(save-buffer 1)



For the moment I can live with that as in reality the epub is being saved.

My problem is that from that moment on the display of the epub subfile (<name>.html) loses the utf-8 display. (oh, and every other file is being displayed in the same - wrong - way.)

The content is shown as (example)


\342\200\234Nicely done. Now let\342\200\231s get that equipment on board.\342\200\234 </p>


It should have been shown as


"Nicely done. Now let's get that equipment on board." </p>


I searched the internet without any result. Don't know which part of documentation to read.

Question: How do I switch the display back to show the contents in the expected way???



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