"Stephen J. Turnbull" <stephen(a)xemacs.org> writes:
No; there's no patch, it's pure vaporware. In 21.4 Unicode
via Mule-UCS, which is unmaintained unsupported orphaned etc etc. It
works well enough for undemanding work like reading email, but if you
need robust support, you really need to use 21.5. There are many
small problems with Mule-UCS, and there will never be a serious
attempt to fix them all.
I don't think xemacs-21.5 completely support utf-8 either. None of the
chinese GBK(a charset of about 23000 chinese characters which is the
most popular used charset in china) other than GB2312(a charset of
about 7000 chinese characters which was used in the early 1980s)
character can be inputed in a file of utf-8 encoding.
Zhang Wei or Brep