Torsten Neuer (email@example.com)
Wed, 2 Jun 1999 15:53:16 +0200
According to Norbert Hartl:
>let me first say that I love the way htdig works and all its features.
>Yesterday I discovered a strange problem. I am indexing german pages
>with htdig. After configuring the locale: de_DE.ISO-8859-1 into
>htdig.conf and using a german endings db everything works fine.
>In the search form I can use all of the german umlauts and htdig
>finds the documents for it.
>This works for the search form but not for the $(PAGELIST). When I am
>typing an umlaut into a form it will be converted to %E4 (for ä) in order
>to pass it via URL.
>In the PAGELIST there a URLs with an unconverted umlaut. This is leading
>to a misbehaviour by the Mac Netscape. Using the URLs with the un-
>converted umlaut there are no search results for this browser and a
>scrumbled umlaut in the following search form.
>Netscape on Linux and Windows are working with it (the versions I
>have for testing).
>Is this misinterpreted by the Macintosh? Any ideas?
It may also be that the Mac uses a strict conformant behaviour whereas
other versions are relaxing. URLs should not contain any special cha-
>Is there are workaround for converting this entities for the URLs in
Yep. You can wrap htsearch in a little CGI or server-side script
that does the magic for you with some regexp (a simple shell script
with a sed(1) command should work).
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