Now, I try to test MHonArc2002-12-16-snap.
Sometime, I would like to send the mail with some attachement in
the plain-text-file wrote with Shift_JIS for MS Windoze users.
;; Japanese Windows using Shift_JIS, the simple text file wrote with
;; Shift_JIS is easy hadling and editing with NOTEPAD for a lot of
;; Windoze users.
MHonArc could not handle these type attachement yet?
Problem: unintelligible sequence of characters.
plain/text file could not be attachement (only inline..).
If I send text/plain part with ISO-2022-JP or EUC-JP, view only
inline(would not be attachment), but no problem for reading.
(I try content-disposition: attachment with base64)
Description: Text document
MHonArc converted as follow (source);
(I try content-disposition: inline with base64)
== attachment spec ==
o text/plain; charset=Shift_JIS (CRLF)
o content-disposition: attachment;
o encoding: base64
?ｶ???R?[?h(charset) : Shift_JIS
???s?R?[?h(line-break) : CR LF
I copy and convert charset CharEnt/EUC_JP.pm to CharEnt/SHIFT_JIS.pm
(trying by NKF and XEmacs 21.4.10 with mule-ucs, and Emacs 21.2 with mule-ucs)
;; I just had made "2002-12-02-snap" style one, refer from
;; http://www.unicode.org/ (-;
;; http://www.stained-g.net/shinichiro/mhonarc/CP932.pm.gz (and also bz2)
;; It's noneed now..
and adding follow 1 line in CharEnt.pm;
line 121: 'shift-jis' => 'MHonArc/CharEnt/SHIFT_JIS.pm'
;; I'm sorry, I could not understand Perl..
I must through the sub functions in CharEnt.pm?
My .mrc file as follow;
ISO-2022-JP; MHonArc::CharEnt::str2sgml; MHonArc/CharEnt.pm
Shift_JIS; MHonArc::CharEnt::str2sgml; MHonArc/CharEnt.pm
iso-8859-1; MHonArc::CharEnt::str2sgml; MHonArc/CharEnt.pm
iso-8859-4; MHonArc::CharEnt::str2sgml; MHonArc/CharEnt.pm
If I had some wrong settings, please pointing out.
Shinichiro HIDA mailto:shinichiro(_at_)stained-g(_dot_)net
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