Re: Trying to fix slang
Phil Blundell <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit:
> I'm not suggesting that the character set should be somehow encoded into
> the value of $TERM. Rather, I think that an xterm in UTF-8 mode and an
> xterm in iso-8859-1 or whatever mode are simply different types of
> terminal, and they should have different names.
Note that language-env package seems to craft up a
.bashrc which sets the LC_ALL and LANG variable
according to the terminal type.
will only be set when terminal is kterm etc., and
I don't know if it checks for UTF-8 capabilities and sets it,
and I don't know if it is actually the ideal way to go forward.
Tomohiro, comments ?
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