On March 23, 2006 at 01:36, Masao Takaku wrote:
MHonArc outputs links of URL-like strings automatically.
When a message includes a string "See http://www.example.com/foo/bar/",
MHonARC process this as follows;
See <a href="http://www.example.com/foo/bar/">http://www.example.com/foo/bar/
It works well, but in case of an URL-like string followed by non-ASCII
text without space, this feature is not usefull;
e.g. "http://www.example.com/foo/bar/$B$r8+$F(B.", which means
"See http://www.example.com/foo/bar/" in Japanese, goes to as follows:
In this example, the outputs should be like the following:
My environment is Perl-5.8.0 and MHonArc-2.6.15 (default setting).
Does anyone know how to do this, or any workarounds?
First, you may want to check out <http://www.mhonarc.jp/> for
Japanese-specific usage information MHonArc. There should also
be links to a Japanese-based mailing list which may be useful.
As for your specific problem, you may need disable URL linking.
This can be done by specify -nourl on the command-line or
<NOURL> in your resource file. The '&' is a legal URL character,
and MHonArc does not try to interpret what character entity reference
values resolve to to determine if it should be included.
The URL linking code is a single regex operation.
I'm not sure at this time on what code changes could be done.
If you go with ISO-2022-JP encoding for your archives, it may
avoid this problem.