[sylpheed:32881] Re: unicode-1-1-utf-7 question
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y <at> kcn.ne.jp>
2009-03-04 02:30:15 GMT
On Wed, 4 Mar 2009 00:13:36 +0100
Marc Finet <m.dreadlock <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a sylpheed user for a little while and just discovered a mail
> that was treated strangely by sylpheed (see attached 29 file), i.e.
> not rendering utf7 (i didn't check it was correct utf-7) like '+AOk-'
> as i expected 'é'. Well i'm not used to encodings so it might not
> appear good, it's just the accented 'e'.
> The problem seems to come from unicode-1-1-utf7 encoding format, as
> seen in file/mail. It appears "inline" as =?unicode-1-1-utf-7?... or
> in charset=unicode-1-1-utf-7. I'm definitely not familiar with mail
> RFCs and norms and what i quickly saw in sylpheed's code (2.6.0 on
> gentoo) told me that UTF_7 seems to be defined (CS_UTF_7) so i guessed
> Now my questions are:
> - is this mail valid ? (RFC regarding such encoding as google told
> me is rfc1642) ? otherwise i will 'complain' about sender (I didn't
> check yet sender user-agent) and none of my following question have
> - is sylpheed compliant with this RFC ?
> - is sylpheed compliant with utf-7 ?
> - what could be done (i could give some help; i'm just a
> C-developer but interested in lending a hand, given a few hints on
> work to be done, i.e. utf-7 support first, then unicode-1-1-utf7 as