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Paul A Norman paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 06:38:37 CET 2011

On 8 November 2011 10:21, Paul A Norman <paul.a.norman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Looking through TWApp.cpp  void TWApp::writeToMailingList()
> I was wondering if Opera and more recent Windows versions were being more
> strictly standards compliant than they used to be, and there for whether
>  the \n line breaks in the strings needed to be encoded hex as %0d%0a and
> like treatment for any other control characters?
> Or are these automatically escaped through the mystique of C++ :)

Again Qt stuff ...

" QUrl will automatically percent encode all characters that are not
allowed in a URL."

> And now I show my complete ignorance of C++ -   in line 532
> openUrl(QUrl(QString("mailto:%1?&body=%3").arg(address).arg(body)));
> There are only two arguments? but the QString substitutions are looking for
> %1 and %3 intuitively I was expecting %1 and %2 where would %3 come from?

Ok its Qt stuff ... "but each arg() will still replace the lowest
numbered unreplaced place marker, no matter where it appears."
> Paul

So that knocks all that on the head.

> On 7 November 2011 23:59, Ignasi Furió <ignasi.furio at uib.cat> wrote:
>>> There was a minor problem in the code that apparently was handled
>>> gracefully on my Linux machine. That was corrected in r944 - could you
>>> please test if this solved the issue on Windows?
>> I use windowsxp and Opera as main browser and email client.
>> After updating texworks open a email window in Opera with part of
>> instructions message
>> Instructions:-) Please write your message in English (it's in your own
>> best interest; otherwise, many people will not be able to understand it and
>> therefore will not answer).-) Please type something meaningful in the
>> subject line.-) If you are having a problem, please describe it step-by-step
>> in detail.-) After reading, please delete these instructions (up to the
>> configuration
>> and also a 'google search' page with
>> info below which we may need to find the source of problems). -----
>> configuration info ----- TeXworks version : 0.5r944 (personal) Install
>> location : D:/texworks/texworks-read-only/release/TeXworks.exe Library path
>> : D:/Documents and Settings/uib.UIB-22C4481E24B/TeXworks\ pdfTeX location :
>> D:/Archivos de programa/MiKTeX 2.9/miktex/bin/pdftex.exe Operating system :
>> Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 Qt4 version : 4.6.0 (build) / 4.6.0
>> (runtime) ------------------------------
>> into search field. Funny!
>> Ignasi

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