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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Monday, May 18th, 2009 03:02 pm

Following the suggestion in response to my support request, I've made a quick patch to JLJ and am posting this test post to see if it works correctly.

A correct fix would probably require taking a look at the API documentation for the &ver= field and taking a look at JLJ; I suspect that said setting should only be set if the current locale is a Unicode locale, rather than always turning it on as I currently am, but I'd want to know how it's defined to be sure.

Anyway, here's the test text again, using the full toolchain with patched jlj; hopefully for the last time.


The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


If it works, I'll be crossposting to LJ to confirm correct encoding there.

Edit: Confirmed, I can edit this entry and crosspost it.

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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:42 pm
At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.
The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


Test 7 removes vim from the toolchain again.
Posted using jlj+nano in xterm with $LANG=en_US.utf8 and $LC_ALL=en_US.utf8
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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:39 pm
[Note: I accidentally passed Test V through Markdown; I can't edit it to note that in the test itself.]


At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.
The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


Test 6 removes rxvt-unicode from the toolchain.
Posted using jlj+vim in xterm with $LANG=en_US.utf8 and $LC_ALL=en_US.utf8
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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:36 pm

At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.

The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


Test 5 removes vim from the toolchain.

Posted using jlj+nano in rxvt-unicode with $LANG=en_US.utf8 and $LC_ALL=en_US.utf8

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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:32 pm
At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.
The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly in the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


Test 4 removes screen and Markdown from the toolchain.
Posted using jlj+vim in rxvt-unicode with $LANG=en_US.utf8 and $LC_ALL=en_US.utf8
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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:29 pm
At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.
The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly in the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


Test 3 removes Markdown from the toolchain.
Posted using jlj+vim with no processing in screen in rxvt-unicode with $LANG=en_US.utf8 and $LC_ALL=en_US.utf8
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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:27 pm

At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.

The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly in the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


This second test is using the full toolchain but removing the extended character from the post subject, to test my recent pet theory that this may be involved.

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marcmagus: Me playing cribbage in regency attire (Default)
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 10:22 pm

At the request of Dreamwidth support, I'm making a batch of posts to try to narrow down the possible source of the encoding problem I encountered last week.

The problem was presumably due to an extended character in either the name "Métro Bis" or the dessert "Crème Brulèe", possibly in the name "Métro Bis" being present in the post title.


This first test is using my normal toolchain to confirm that I can make a test post which reproduces the problem. After this will be a series of posts eliminating one aspect or another to see if the source of the problem can be narrowed down.

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Saturday, May 9th, 2009 08:56 pm
This is just to see what things look like over on the LJ side when crossposting with comments on the remote side disabled; mainly to see if it links back to the DW version of the post as I'd hope it would. I'll leave it up so if anybody else is curious they can see what it looks like.
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