On Fri, 04 Apr 2003 22:32:59 +0200, "Bram Moolenaar" <Bram@...
> Denis Perelyubskiy wrote:
> > I just rebuilt vim on another machine (win2k, vim from cvs), and cyrillic
> > is still broken. Two identical Vim's - one shows cyrillic, the second one
> > does not. "With" options are identical, and so are the compilation lines.
> > One is pretty old, the second one (or now that I've built it twice) is
> > new.
> > The newly build gVIM refuses to show cyrillic.
> > Here is a description again (since now I am somewhat sure its not the
> > settings), I am resending:
> > when I paste any cyrillic text into my freshly
> > compiled vim (well, around a week old, actually)
> > I get really strange-looking characters.
> > They look like this:
> > http://lecs.cs.ucla.edu/~denisp/failed_cyr.jpg
> > To reproduce: simply build on win2k (from cvs), visual c++ (i think sp5).
> > Then, gvim -u NONE -U NONE, and paste some cyrillic text
> > (for example, from http://lenta.ru). It'll look wrong
> > Older gvims (the one i verified with is this one: (VIM - Vi IMproved 6.0
> > (2001 Sep 26, compiled Sep 26 2001 17:12:46)) works just fine.
> What is your 'encoding' set to? I guess it's "cp1250".
> Pasting with 'encoding' set to "utf-8" works, thus there appears to be
> something wrong with the utf-8 to "cp1250" conversion. Should actually
> use direct "ucs2" to "cp1250" conversion, since that's always available.
> I suppose you don't have the iconv.dll library.
Right, once I installed it, the problem seems to have gone away.
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