Barry Warsaw wrote:
On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 02:15, Martin v. Löwis wrote:
Barry Warsaw email@example.com writes:
Are Latin 1 and Latin 9 essentially compatible? Would something like the following work:
It would be too dangerous. It *would* help if you could try to perform the recoding of the actual data.
Which would be too much for a patch release I think. Okay, thanks all, I'll punt on this one for 2.1.4.
Do you remember this?
I have uploaded a patch to improve the i18n feature of mailman at http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=865661&grou...
This includes a patch for Decorate.py to do the best to keep plain text message as not being multiparted. The strategy is;
1. First convert the header, body and footer into unicode. 2. Then try to encode it with the list charset. 3. If it fails, the message body may have contained characters like euro sign. So, try to encode it with the message charset. 4. If both fails, fall back to the multipart message.
If you keep the footer only in us-ascii for French or German list, you will always get non-multipart message even if the users post with euro sign.