>>>> "Frank" == Frank Schmitt
Frank> No, as I stated in my first post it was perfect at least
Frank> until 2002-07-05 (that's the last build I still own which
Frank> works completely as I want it)
Don't take the ChangeLog dates too seriously; those are submission
dates, not commit dates. However, my patch was committed before
release of 21.5.7 on 2002-07-02 (possibly within the day), so that's
too early unless you had a stale CVS tree lying around. Seems
Frank> Some when between this date and 2002-08-25 behavior
Frank> changed: XEmacs now used ISO-8859-15 for both
Frank> language-environments German and Latin-1 if I inputted any
Frank> German "Umlaut" like ä, ö, ü, ß. At least for Latin-1 this
Frank> was already a _severe_ bug.
Maybe it's this one, then:
2002-05-28 Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka(a)jpl.org>
* mule/japan-util.el: Use `characterp' instead of `integerp' while
defining char properties for katakana.
* mule/mule-category.el: Clear the category table before defining
categories for `predefined-category-list'.
* mule/mule-cmds.el (finish-set-language-environment): Fit the
charsets preferences in unicode conversions for the language
environment. Suggested by ARISAWA Akihiro <ari(a)mbf.sphere.ne.jp>.
Despite the date it was probably committed on 2002-08-02, and
definitely after the release of 21.5.8 on 2002-07-27. There were very
few Mule-related changes in the period you focus on. If it isn't that
one, it will take serious debugging.
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