Subject: Re: finger
To: Martin Husemann <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/09/2002 21:15:01
>That's why I suggested to just declare "ISO-8859-1" as the official charset
>our fingerd sends - and hardcode that in finger too. (Note that this is
>different to the original approach which started this discussion.) One
>possible implementation in finger is to force output to ASCII if the user
>locale settings indicate anything different to ISO-8859-1, which would make
>itojuns output (in euc-jp) safe, since no shift/escape sequences could be
which is unacceptable for us outside of iso-8859-1 region...
when i (euc-jp) finger someone (iso-8859-1) what kind of output i
would expect? we really need a protocol extension.