[Mailman-i18n] Subject lines in Archives
Tue, 02 Apr 2002 18:24:05 +0900
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Ben> This is again the fact that many charsets have different
Ben> names as a Python Unicode codec. It looks like all
Ben> "windows-foo" charsets need to be mapped to "cpfoo" for the
Ben> Python Unicode codec.
Martin> In Python 2.3, this has happened (atleast for those known
Martin> to IANA). For mailman, it may be desirable to provide some
Martin> of those mappings even in earlier Python versions; see
Thanks for the patch, Martin. I think we will need something
similar to this for the Korean Windows charsets, as in all the
Korean spam I get:
Content-Type: text/html; charset=3D"ks_c_5601-1987"
We will probably need some general fallback to replace completely
unknown charsets with some safe US-ASCII text. Do you think you could
add this? Say, something like "(text with unknown encoding)".
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