Michael Sperber writes:
BTW, this isn't the same as my original bug report, but I
"Auto" when I open a new file in my non-MULE XEmacs.
Oops, forgot about non-Mule. Non-Mule works a bit differently,
because it doesn't really detect coding systems (they're all
"raw-text"), only end-of-line conventions. EOL *could* be treated as
a true coding system, but for historical reasons it isn't.
this seems to be the culprit:
(set-default-buffer-file-coding-system (get-coding-system 'iso-8859-1))
Should I not do that on non-MULE?
It shouldn't matter (but 'iso-8859-1, 'raw-text, 'auto, and 'binary
are probably the only allowable values there). You could try setting
to 'iso-8859-1-unix, which might get you to "ISO8" in the modeline.
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