>>>> "KY" == Katsumi Yamaoka
KY> The autodetection is one of the most important Mule feature.
Yes, and it is _terribly_ broken in 21.4 from the point of view of
everyone in the world except Japanese and ISO-2022 multibyte users in
general. It's the attempt to make autodetection _safe_, let alone
useful, for the 95% of our users who aren't Japanese that is a major
motivation for rewriting Mule.
We get patches to return things to Japan-centric normal from you guys,
and they re-break things for the Europeans. That's not acceptable.
KY> There are other Mule-related problems as I reported in the
You have the source, you have the data that uncovers the problem.
Feel free to fix it, just don't break things for other users.
The best I can personally offer you (I am not up to speed on 21.5 yet)
is that if you write a test for tests/automated/mule-tests.el, I'll
make sure it gets committed, and it will be an eternal irritant to Ben
(who hates test failures), until he fixes them.
And I know Ben plans to get back to Mule soon after vacation, but he's
got a couple more work spaces to commit first.
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