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Bug#134045: slang/newt/utf8 troubles



On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 11:34:05AM +0100, Eduard Bloch wrote:
> > Currently I can't satisfy 'make check'.  This bug (#134045) ended up
> > talking about nano, but it still isn't clear to me what we need for
> > boot-floppies.
> With the split of libslang, we need following programs which link against the
> .UTF-8 version.
>  - nano-tiny-utf8

nano-bf uploaded to auric. Will need an ftpmaster, though.
It currently has /bin/nano-tiny. Should it be /bin/nano-tiny-utf8?

Another issue with it is that it still can't show 8bit chars when
compiled against -utf8. The chars are there, you just can't see them or
the following chars.

I don't know if that is acceptable, but it's been like this for ages and
nobody has complained. If it needs to be fixed, I need help.

The normal nano-tiny needs an update too, that will happen more slowly
as I have to find people to manually recompile it on all the
architectures.

Thanks,
Jordi
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