Man pages and UTF-8
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The package I'm putting together has no man page and the author is Japanese,
which means I have to write one; as a courtesy, I'd like to put the kanji-form
of his name in the AUTHORS section as well as the romanji. Unfortunately, it
would appear that using kanji characters in a man page is non-trivial as the
encoding for English man pages seems to default to ISO-8859-1.
I've scoured the documentation but can't find anything on how to set a
specific encoding for a man page --- can anyone point me at instructions on
how to do this?
Note that this is *not* a ja localised man page. It's a plain English man page
with some Japanese characters in it.
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