Miroslaw Dobrzanski-Neumann wrote:
> try the following
> 1. Start vim with utf-8 locale
> $ env LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 vim
> 2. Open new file defining the other charset (want vim to keep it)
> :n ++enc=latin1 hugo.txt
> type some text with not us ascii characters
> as Ã©Ã§Ã¨ÃªÃ«Å¼Ã¶Ã¤Ã¼
> 4. lookup the fileencoding
> :se fenc
> OOOOps fenc lost somewhere
This appears to be a bug. 'fenc' is not set for a new file. I'll put
this in the todo list.
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