Quoting Vanja Cvelbar (email@example.com): > Package: apt > Version: 0.8.10 > Severity: normal > Tags: patch l10n > > *** Please type your report below this line *** > The current release has the encoding set to ISO-8859-2 instead of > UTF-8. The result is that instead of having the correct character > rendered we have a two characters. > I.E. > Äe should be č (c caron) Thanks for pointing this. The file was indeed a mix of ISO-8859-2 (in the Last-Translator field) and UTF-8 (elsewhere) but advertized as ISO-8859-2. I converted it to UTF-8. Could be nice to have this fix in squeeze.
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