[Mailman-Users] Archives and International Character Sets(Mailman2.1.11)

Stephen J. Turnbull turnbull at sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
Sun Mar 29 16:10:26 CEST 2009

Stefan Förster writes:

 > If changing a language definition like that, doesn't that mean one
 > will have to change the various predefined template files, all message
 > codes for that language and after that recreate the archive files?

Normally, yes.  But this is *English*.  It's reasonably likely that
the template files etc. are already 100% ASCII, encoded in ASCII, and
thus encoded in UTF-8.

Recreating the archive files, yes.  But they're most likely currently
broken anyway.

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