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UTF-8 + html

Hi,

is there a way to render an UTF-8 encoded html file in Emacs?

W3 4.0.47 does not grok UTF-8, and always opening it using PSGML-1.3.1 
alpha and folding away all the uninteresting stuff is extremely tedious 
in the long run.

Philipp
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Philipp
7/28/2004 10:01:03 AM
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Philipp Reichmuth <reichmuth.10.broggargh@spamgourmet.com> writes:

> W3 4.0.47 does not grok UTF-8, and always opening it using PSGML-1.3.1
> alpha and folding away all the uninteresting stuff is extremely
> tedious in the long run.

I think w3m.el can do it.

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Frank
7/28/2004 10:24:35 AM
On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 12:01:03 +0200
 Philipp Reichmuth (Philipp) wrote:

 Philipp> is there a way to render an UTF-8 encoded html file in Emacs?

 Philipp> W3 4.0.47 does not grok UTF-8, and always opening it using
 Philipp> PSGML-1.3.1 alpha and folding away all the uninteresting stuff is
 Philipp> extremely tedious in the long run.

May be w3mmee will help you? At least cyrillic messages it renders (bad
fonts but at least it renders!)

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Serge
7/30/2004 6:30:19 AM
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