Bug#318923: utf-8 option for xterm does not work anymore
Thomas Dickey wrote:
The locale resource has been there a couple of years (and can
be set so that you get the original behavior).
What happens if you set the locale resource to false? (And are
you ensuring that there are no resource conflicts that override
No.. changing to false did not help. Nor trying various settings
for utf8. I have no idea how to check for resource conflicts, though.
"It used to be" is vague - one of the problems with the Debian
package is that I don't know offhand what version of xterm it
Ah.. I should have realized before that you are the AUTHOR, not
the Debian package maintainer. It worked with the previous Debian
version called xterm_4.3.0.dfsg.1-14_i386.deb. I could install
this (somewhat to my amazement) on the new x-org system, and it
worked perfectly! It can be started with UTF-8 as default. In this
working version, xterm -version gives
The new version gives XTerm(220).