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You're right Rod, thanks.
clipcli.py produce "UTF-16LE" code with BOM when I copy text *from
Firefox*. So I have to convert it before using html2zim.py
This command is know working fine:
$ ~/clipcli.py text/html | iconv -f UTF-16LE -t UTF-8 | ~/html2zim.py -w ~/
But on the other hand, clipcli.py produce "ASCII text" code when I copy
*from Chromium*. I'll try to make a bash script to test the result with
the "file" utility.
Then I have difficulties to integrate it with Zim.
I created a "custom tool" with:
[x] Output should replace current selection
The problem is that it doesn't work if the cursor is:
* in a blank line
* between two white spaces
* more generally after any caracter and before a caracter different than
It only works if the cursor is before a caracter like [0-9a-zA-Z]. Then
it select the word at the right of the cursor and replace it.
I would like it to paste the results:
* wherever is the cursor if nothing is selected
* or in replacement of a selected zone
Is it possible?
Le 18/12/2015 22:08, Rod Morehead a écrit :
Looks like the conversion script assumes the input file textual data
is in UTF-8 format, and your file has characters that aren't valid UTF-8.
You can probably use a text editor or conversion utility to convert
your file(s) into UTF-8 format, if you can figure out which encoding
that are currently using.
Another possibility is that the file starts with a BOM (byte order
mark - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_order_mark) and perhaps the
html2zim script doesn't understand or ignore the BOM.
You might try removing the BOM by removing the first couple of binary
characters from your file and see if that helps.
On 12/18/2015 09:52 AM, Charles Nepote wrote:
I wonder to know if someone has tried html2zim :
clipcli is working fine. When I do the following command (under
Ubuntu Linux), I have a good result:
$ ./clipcli.py text/html
But html2zim doesn't work.
$ ./clipcli.py text/html -f ./index.html | ./html2zim.py -w
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./html2zim.py", line 432, in <module>
File "./html2zim.py", line 424, in main
buf = open(sys.argv).read().decode('utf-8')
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/encodings/utf_8.py", line 16, in decode
return codecs.utf_8_decode(input, errors, True)
UnicodeDecodeError: 'utf8' codec can't decode byte 0xff in position
0: invalid start byte
Any idea? Unfortunatly, I haven't got any knowledge of python.
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From: Charles Nepote, 2015-12-18