[Mailman-Users] Problems with HTML to text with quoted-printable and base64 encoding
msapiro at value.net
Mon Jul 12 22:36:37 CEST 2004
This is a repost originally posted on June 15. There was no response to
the original, but it was during a time when there were server problems
at python.org so I'm reposting in hopes of reaching a wider audience...
Red Hat Linux release 7.3 (Valhalla)
We are having problems with HTML to text/plan conversion. We have
applied the fix in
and this fixes the problem (HTML->text/plain error: 256) discussed in
Problems remain however. Namely, if the HTML part has
Content-Transfer-Encoding: either base64 or quoted-printable, it is
the encoded data that is passed to lynx and the result is that if it's
base64, lynx does essentially nothing and if it's quoted-printable
lynx does what it can, but some tags are munged so some stuff gets
I couldn't find anything in the FAQ or bugs list about this.
Is there anything that can be done short of doing a decode of the
encoding before passing to lynx? Are there any patches available that
address this in that or some other way?
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