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Re: Character encoding
- From: knok@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (NOKUBI Takatsugu)
- Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 19:17:27 JST
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In article <F110GCIFoPkG0rm3rxU00006d8f@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Does Namazu support the UTF-8 character encoding for the Japanese HTML pages
I had sent you an answer of the question by a private mail, but I
reconsidered about it, so I'll send another answer to the list.
Namazu uses a software called nkf (Network Kanji Filter) for Japanese
encoding conversion. It supports only ISO-2022-JP, Shift_JIS, and
But there is a software that supports also UTF-8 encoding, lv
If you change to use lv intead nkf, you may be satisfied.
Probably, you can do it with adding the folloing line to mknmzrc file.
(but I didn't test it.)
$NKF = "lv -Oej";
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