On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 07:35:57AM +0100, Nickolay Kolev wrote:
> >if has("gui_running")
> > autocmd VimEnter * if getcwd()=="/" | if strlen(@%) | cd %:p:h |
> > else | cd | endif | endif
> Thanks for the default directory stuff Benji, I nicked those lines from
> your vimrc... :-)
> Moving swiftly along, I noticed another small glitch. Carbon vim can
> not display directory names with non-ASCII characers.
> On the left is a Terminal with vim running, on the right - Carbon Vim.
> Any ideas what might be done to remedy the situation?
Is this specifically a problem with directory names on the command
line, or is it more general than that? For example, if you try
in Insert mode to put the directory name into the buffer, do the
characters display properly?
Have you read the various :help topics on multibyte characters,
guifont option, etc.? There are also some tips regarding multibyte
characters, encoding, and so on on www.vim.org .
HTH --Benji Fisher