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Re: emacs -nw in UTF-8 xterm does not work

On 2006-12-05 09:41:07 +0100, Claus Fischer wrote:
> Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> : In fact, under Debian, you shouldn't need anything. For instance,
> : if I type "emacs -q blah" in a uxterm, the status bar says:
> : 
> : -uuu:---F1  blah           All L1     (Fundamental)---------------------
> : 
> : This is worth trying, in case the problem is due to some .emacs code.
> Here's my status line (emacs 21.4):
> $ emacs -nw -q blah
> --uu:---F1  blah              (Fundamental)--L1--All--------------------

You should have a 'u' after the first dash (this corresponds to the
input). This is your problem. You should try Emacs 22 (provided by
emacs-snapshot). Support of Unicode is broken (not fully implemented)
in Emacs 21.

Vincent Lefèvre <vincent@vinc17.org> - Web: <http://www.vinc17.org/>
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