Re: Can you read ja_JP.eucJP created mail
On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 12:50:39PM +0900, John Wood wrote:
> > However, some Japanese mailers (e.g. web mailer on goo.ne.jp)
> > don't support quoted-printable.
> > `Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit' is a safe way for the
> > ISO-2022-JP mail.
> I am using:
> mutt 1.3.28i-ja.1 (2002-03-13) (patches from: http://www.emaillab.org/mutt/)
I use Woody/Sarge/sid system
Package Pin: 1.4.0-4
800 http://http.us.debian.org unstable/main Packages
*** 1.4.0-4 1100
700 http://http.us.debian.org testing/main Packages
500 http://http.us.debian.org stable/main Packages
> jvim-canna 3.0-2.1a-4 Japanized VIM (Canna version)
> for all of my mail. mutt tends to Do the Right Thing(tm) based on the
> content of mail (as far as setting the right headers). the -ja patch
> for mutt makes a difference, as the standard mutt distribution doesn't do
> things quite right.
> if you are interested in using mutt in english, while still being able to
> use japanese, i set:
In Woody "ja_JP.eucJP" is new way to write it.
Yes I do this.
OR even en_DK
What is last one do?
> if you are interested in seeing any of my mutt configs, i can make them
> available you.
I am more wondering how to to wrap line and reformat in VIM?
In English, I can do "gq" inder visual mode.
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