Re: Bug#95975: mutt: doesn't use charset anymore
>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Seelig <pseelig@mail.Uni-Mainz.de> writes:
Paul> I think that *mutt* is definitely broken in this regard,
Paul> because *no* other console program i know (e.g. mc or pine)
Paul> breaks like this using the very same libc.
It's not just mutt. GTK+ has the same problem. The solution is to
get LANG set to at least en_US by default for everyone, as LANG=C is
just not useful any more.
Owen Taylor, the GTK+ developer, has confirmed that this is a libc6
2.2 issue. It just drops high ASCII characters for LANG=C now.
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