jidanni | 9 May 03:21 2010

[emacs-w3m:11218] 24.0.50; don't ispell-kill-ispell over and over

Every time I even do a
  S runs the command w3m-search, which is an interactive compiled Lisp
  function in `w3m-search.el'.

I see a
  Starting new Ispell process [american] ...

Looking in *Messages*
  Note: file is write protected
  Ispell process killed
  Starting new Ispell process [american] ...
  Mark set
  Mark saved where search started [5 times]
  Ispell process killed
  Starting new Ispell process [american] ...
  Ispell process killed
  Making completion list...
  Scanning for dabbrevs...100%
  Starting new Ispell process [american] ...

Why couldn't things be left as they were? I.e., just let it live.
See http://jidanni.org/comp/configuration/ for my dotfiles if curious.

jidanni | 9 May 15:48 2010

[emacs-w3m:11219] Re: now every page starts at bottom

>>>>> "j" == jidanni  <jidanni <at> jidanni.org> writes:
j> Aggg... now every page has the user automatically browsed to the bottom of the page!

(add-hook
 'w3m-fontify-after-hook
 (lambda nil
   (let ((inhibit-read-only t))
     (save-excursion <---------OK, I added this in my .emacs-w3m and it
 fixed it. (Not that I remember what this hook was for.)
     (goto-char (point-min))
     (while (re-search-forward " +$" nil t)
       (delete-region (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0)))))))

Tatsuya Kinoshita | 23 May 08:04 2010
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[emacs-w3m:11220] Re: Bug#582677: w3m-el-snapshot: w3m-cookie-reject-domains doesn't work

Hi emaca-w3m developers,

Forwarding a bug report from 
<http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=582677>:

On May 22, 2010 at 8:31PM +0400,
fedor76 (at istra.ru) wrote:

> Package: w3m-el-snapshot
> Version: 1.4.393+0.20100421-1
> Severity: normal
> 
> I set up w3m-cookie-reject-domains, adding "google.com" and
> ".google.com" but google.com still installs its cookies.  After checking
> w3m-cookie.el I found that problem might be in w3m-cookie-trusted-host-p
> function; lines 291-294
> 
>> ((eq (string-to-char (car reject)) ?.)
>>  (setq regexp (concat (regexp-quote (car reject)) "$")))
>> (t (setq regexp (concat "^" (regexp-quote (car reject)) "$"))))
>>  (when (string-match (concat regexp "$") host)
> 
> Here host (for example, ".google.com" is compared with
>> (concat (concat (regexp-quote ".google.com") "$") "$")
> which gives "\\.google\\.com$$"; string-match returns nil because of
> double $ in the end of regexp.
> 
> If last concat is removed, all seems to be right:
> 
> --=-=-=
(Continue reading)

Katsumi Yamaoka | 24 May 03:09 2010
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[emacs-w3m:11221] Re: Bug#582677: w3m-el-snapshot: w3m-cookie-reject-domains doesn't work

>>>>> Fedor Khod'kov wrote:
[...]
>> I set up w3m-cookie-reject-domains, adding "google.com" and
>> ".google.com" but google.com still installs its cookies.  After checking
>> w3m-cookie.el I found that problem might be in w3m-cookie-trusted-host-p
>> function; lines 291-294
>>
>>> ((eq (string-to-char (car reject)) ?.)
>>>  (setq regexp (concat (regexp-quote (car reject)) "$")))
>>> (t (setq regexp (concat "^" (regexp-quote (car reject)) "$"))))
>>>  (when (string-match (concat regexp "$") host)
>>
>> Here host (for example, ".google.com" is compared with
>>> (concat (concat (regexp-quote ".google.com") "$") "$")
>> which gives "\\.google\\.com$$"; string-match returns nil because of
>> double $ in the end of regexp.
>>
>> If last concat is removed, all seems to be right:

The patch looks reasonable.  Thank you for pointing it out.
Fixed in the emacs-w3m CVS trunk.

Regards,

c c | 24 May 13:11 2010
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[emacs-w3m:11222] chinese word input

the emacs-w3m not accept any chinese word in google search bar, and i
can't read anything about 'any chinese word' in the search result. my
emacs version is 23.2, and i use cvs version of w3m.el in Arch
Naohiro Aota | 25 May 02:03 2010
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[emacs-w3m:11223] Re: chinese word input

Hi,

From: c c <immacro <at> gmail.com>
Subject: [emacs-w3m:11222] chinese word input
Date: Mon, 24 May 2010 19:11:29 +0800

> the emacs-w3m not accept any chinese word in google search bar, and i
> can't read anything about 'any chinese word' in the search result. my
> emacs version is 23.2, and i use cvs version of w3m.el in Arch

How about using this link "http://www.google.com.hk/webhp?ie=utf8&oe=utf8" ?

Regards,