Ar an t-aonú lá is triochad de mí Márta, scríobh Jarl Friis:
> > When I use XEmacs on console tty, then entering UTF-8
> > not get right, they (3 danish letters) end up as two double bytes
> > characters each. [...]
> > I have found following info on WWW, but still I consider it a bug in
> > XEmacs: http://www.maruko.ca/i18n/
> That it is. M-x set-keyboard-coding-system RET utf-8 RET will fix it in
> 21.5, the beta version but unfortunately this is still broken in 21.4,
> and I’m not aware of any plans to integrate the fixes into 21.4 :-(
> . If anyone is, now would be a good time to contribute the info.
Thanks for the info. The page I refered to didn't mention that it only
worked in release 21.5.
If anyone is in doubt, I would really appreciate this fix to be part
of 21.4-branch, If anyone could give a hint of where the fix is in
21.5, I wouldn't mind give it a try myself, I am a proficient
C-programmer and a reasonable elisp-hacker.
An important part of it is the change to read_event_from_tty_or_stream_desc
in event-unixoid.c, to call Lstream_get_ichar. Hmm, and the change that is
part of is one of Ben Wing’s formidable megapatches:
the date in question is 2002-05-28. (Y’know, we should do a release one of
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