Re: utf-8 and gnuplot
On 2006-04-02 22:25:24 -0300, Jakson A. Aquino wrote:
> You are right: utf-8 is the same as iso-10646! I changed
> uxterm to use an iso-10646 font and now it's displaying the
> characters of a lot of new languages. I put in ~/.Xresources:
You didn't have to change anything: uxterm uses UTF-8 fonts by
default (unless you changed that previously...).
> xterm*font: -misc-fixed-medium-r-normal--18-120-100-100-c-90-iso10646-1
> The problem with gnuplot "png terminal" also is solved, but
> the "x11 terminal" still doesn't work properly with unicode
> strings. I guess that this is a problem between gnuplot and
> the X server, and not a misconfiguration of my system.
How about gnuplot*font instead of xterm*font?
Anyway, this is not the user's job to choose the right font encoding.
The bug is in the default settings, and these settings should work in
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