Re: Why is KDE 4 so messed up?



On Tuesday, July 26th, 2011, at 19:08:07h +0300h, Happy Oyster warbled:

wget uses the name it gets from the server.

Ain't necessarily so ...

Methinks that you did not bother to read the instructions on how to use wget.

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`--local-encoding=ENCODING'

Force Wget to use ENCODING as the default system encoding.

That affects how Wget converts URLs specified as arguments from
locale to UTF-8 for IRI support.

Wget use the function `nl_langinfo()' and then the `CHARSET'
environment variable to get the locale. *If it fails*, ASCII is used.

You can set the default local encoding using the `local_encoding'
command in `.wgetrc'. That setting may be overridden from the command
line.


2) `--remote-encoding=ENCODING'

Force Wget to use ENCODING as the default remote server encoding.
That affects how Wget converts URIs found in files from remote encoding
to UTF-8 during a recursive fetch. This options is only useful for IRI
support, for the interpretation of non-ASCII characters.

For HTTP, remote encoding can be found in HTTP `Content-Type' header
and in HTML `Content-Type http-equiv' meta tag.

You can set the default encoding using the `remoteencoding' command in
`.wgetrc'. That setting may be overridden from the command line.

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