On Tue, Oct 03, 2006 at 02:26:34PM +0200, Peter Krantz wrote:
> Here is a question from a VIM newbie:
> I am often using ":e http://www.example.com" when analyzing html
> source. Most of the time, however, the encoding of the html is screwed
> up when it appears in VIM.
> I am using VIM 7 on OS X 10.4.8 with wget to load the source. Does
> anyone know if there is a way to make either VIM or wget autodetect
> the character encoding used in the source?
If 'fencs' is set to its default value and if the file has a BOM,
then this should happen all by itself.
If that does not help, I do not know anything that will, but I suggest
that you follow up on the general vim list, since this is not a
HTH --Benji Fisher