Ar an cúigiú lá de mí Méan Fómhair, scríobh Michael Sperber:
Thanks for the prompt response!
Aidan Kehoe <kehoea(a)parhasard.net> writes:
> Ar an cúigiú lá de mí Méan Fómhair, scríobh Michael Sperber:
> > My .bbdb sporadically gets saved in "ISO7", when it's supposed
> > "Noconv".
> > I literally see this happen in front of my eyes:
> > I edit the .bbdb buffer. It says "Noconv" in the modeline, then I
> > C-x C-s, and it switches to "ISO7". Ideas, anyone? This is very
> > annoying.
> What value do you have for bbdb-file-coding-system ?
None so far. :-) (Didn't even know it existed.)
It’s not a user option; it’s supposed to be constant.
Now that I look at the code more closely, it will always be nil (=
no-conversion) on non-Mule XEmacs, and iso-2022-7bit on Mule XEmacs.
Still, it seems strange that it would get switched spontaneously,
sporadically, as far as I can tell. (It never happened until maybe
three weeks agao.)
You normally don’t use a Mule XEmacs, though, AIUI?
> If your data sticks to Latin 1, and you want to share it with a
> non-Mule XEmacs, changing it to iso-2022-8 might do what you want.
Just to make sure I understand---why iso-2022-8 and not, say,
Because iso-8859-1 will entirely trash iso-8859-15 data, whereas iso-2022-8
will only mostly trash it, such that a mule emacs can read it but
essentially nothing else can. I should move the iso-8859-. coding systems to
using the make-8-bit-coding-system infrastructure to make this less of a
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