以下は Grant McKenzie <Grant.McKenzie(a)msdw.com> による質問です。
概要は iso-2022-jp の文書の中の JIS X 0208-1978 （旧ＪＩＳ）または JIS
X 0201 (JIS Roman) の文字を i-search で検索するときに必ず失敗することを
気づきました。 xemacs-mule に失敗の説明を既に送ったが対策が分かりません。
>>>>> "Grant" == Grant McKenzie <Grant.McKenzie(a)msdw.com> writes:
seeing strange behaviour when searching using isearch for iso-2022-jp
encoded files. Please see below;
"...while I looked into the problem a
bit further, I found out the following things with XEmacs 21.1.7 w/
+ It always fails i-search with strings coming after ESC ( J. Try
hiragana pronounced "ah" followed by the letter "a". Search for "a"
+ It doesn't recognized ESC $ ＠ as a Japanese character start sequence
at all. The file is also consists of the hiragana "ah" followed by the
letter "a", but XEmacs w/ Mule doesn't display the hiragana when the
file is opened.
Although the combination of ESC $ B and ESC ( B is the current mode,
ESC $ ＠ and ESC ( J are
+ still widely used.
+ valid with regard to RFC 1468, which is the official definition of
the ISO-2022-JP encoding scheme.
So the behavior is unusual."
Can somebody please verify if this is bug (a quick check of version 20.4
& 21.2.20b shows the same behaviour).
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