Ar an seachtú lá de mí Bealtaine, scríobh It's me FKtPp ;):
Dear Bug Team!
I find that dired buffer decode setting will get confused whenever I
finished reading news with gnus.
Step to reproduce this bug:
1. open a dired buffer on directory contains some file with Chinese in
=> Chinese characters get properly displayed (chinese-gb2312) in the dired buffer
2. kill the buffer, and run gnus by running `M-x gnus <RET>'
3. quit gnus by typing `q'
4. re-open dired on the same direcotry (with those chinese-files)
=> Chinese characters get garbled (displayed in latin-iso8859-1)
Maybe you can also reproduce this by using some file with
japanese/korean characters in their filename.
Coding system aliases:
'native is aliased to utf-8
'file-name is aliased to binary
'mswindows-multibyte-system-default is not a coding system alias
file-name should be an alias of utf-8, not of binary. Looks like Gnus is
trashing it, or the related variable file-name-coding-system, but a quick
grep doesn't point me to where--it's always bound, not set.
Can you do a M-x gnus-bug RET, and CC xemacs-beta? The version info there
would seem to be relevant.
¿Dónde estará ahora mi sobrino Yoghurtu Nghé, que tuvo que huir
precipitadamente de la aldea por culpa de la escasez de rinocerontes?
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