[Mailman-i18n] Problem with Danish characters?
mark at msapiro.net
Thu Apr 23 17:08:30 CEST 2009
Kaja P. Christiansen wrote:
>I have (so far) been unable to show correctly Danish characters
>in the names of the list members. Let me give 2 examples.
>Say I create a list 'test' and subscribe a member like here:
> newlist -l da test kaja at cs.au.dk kaja
> echo "Kaja Jørgensen <kaja at cs.au.dk>" | add_members -r - -a n -w n test
>to which Mailman responds with:
> Tilmeldt: Kaja Jørgensen <kaja at cs.au.dk>
>So far so good. Now I ask for the membership list with
> list_members -f test
>and receive back:
> Kaja J?rgensen <kaja at cs.au.dk>
The name 'Kaja Jørgensen' is stored internally as a python unicode
object. list_members encodes this for display using the encoding given
by Python's sys.getdefaultencoding(). This in turn defaults to
"ascii". If you want list_members to show non-ascii characters as
other than '?', you have two choices.
You can edit the definition of setencoding() in
/usr/lib/pythonV.V/site.py to replace "ascii" with "iso-8859-1", or
you can edit Mailman's bin/list_members and replace the line
ENC = sys.getdefaultencoding()
ENC = "iso-8859-1"
>I edit the membership list from the web page:
>- go to Membership List
>- replace member name Kai Nielsen with Kai Jørgensen Nielsen (looks good)
>- submit changes
>- go to another web membership page, then back to one with 'Kai...'
> and see: Kai Jørgensen Birger Nielsen
Again, the name is properly stored internally. This display is due to
over-protection of the web interface from cross-site-scripting
attacks. The attached file escape_html.patch.txt contains a patch that
will allow these names to display properly in the admin Membership
Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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