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Re: About problems with wml

On Sun, Aug 27, 2000 at 03:46:22PM -0600, Anthony Fok wrote:

> Hello Denis!  Good to see you back!  And I'm glad that you enjoyed your
> vacation.  :-)
> On Sun, Aug 27, 2000 at 03:45:28PM +0200, Denis Barbier wrote:
> > About the bug with mp4h and some accented letters, it may be related to
> > this entry in ChangeLog file ``Fix non-ASCII characters (26-Jun-2000):''.
> > And indeed mp4h 1.1.0 is not affected by this bug.
> > I will ask my sponsor to upload a new version.
> Yes, I just noticed that Josip has already uploaded it to Incoming.
> Unfortunately, it still has some troubles.  While mp4h won't stop like
> it did in 1.0.2, it has filtered out the 0xB3 character on the Chinese
> pages on the Debian website when I tested it on my computer.  Not sure
> why 0xB3.  I just took a look on the mangled Chinese characters and see
> what is missing, and it seems 0xB3 is the only one missing for now.

Hi Anthony,

> Yes, this problem only shows up when I do this in webwml/chinese:
> 	wml -p1-2 -q -D CUR_YEAR=2000 index.wml > /tmp/pass1-2
> But 0xB3 chars remain intact when I do this:
> 	wml -p2 -q -D CUR_YEAR=2000 index.wml > /tmp/pass2

This is a nasty bug, it disappears when compiling with --with-dmalloc.


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