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Bug#265362: marked as done (files doesn't seem to be completely interpreted)

Your message dated Thu, 6 Aug 2009 23:04:03 -0700
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and subject line Re: Bug#265362: files doesn't seem to be completely interpreted
has caused the Debian Bug report #265362,
regarding files doesn't seem to be completely interpreted
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Package: xchm
Severity: important


I was trying to use xchm version 0.9.3-1 today to read the manual of a mp3
player I have bought, I have found that while it was opening the file, it
was showing the web archive files inside the CHM instead of openning them,
so I was seing these mime based web archive files without being opened.

I was seing things like this:

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="----=_NextPart_01C39C88.08D5A3D0"

This document is a Web archive file.  If you are seeing this message, this
means your browser or editor doesn't support Web archive files.  For more
information on the Web archive format, go to

Content-Location: file:///C:/A37446F3/Contents.htm
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii"


I have uploaded the chm file to my web, for you to test xchm with it:
http://manty.net/MP3 PLAYER USER'S MANUAL.CHM
The file is subject to whatever copyrights it may have and all that.

Hope that helps you improving the package.


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I'm closing this bug on the basis that it seems like this really isn't
anything the Debian maintainer should be involved. Please feel free to
take this upstream yourself, or ask the xchm upstream author to take
it to wx upstream, but I don't want to do so myself (and it might
already be fixed, I wouldn't know). It seems that Ron has already
tried to anyway, and that seems to be unsucessful.


Ryan Niebur

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