Re: Multi-byte printing patch (long)
- Mike Williams wrote:
> Here is a new patch to provide multi-byte printing from VIM. ThisGreat!
> version supports printing of Japanese, Traditional and Simplified
> Chinese, and Korean, including half-width characters.
I'll await comments. Everbody: Please try out this patch and help
I had a reference to a patch from Motonobu Ichimura in my todo list.
Did you use this?
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On 15 Dec 2003 at 17:40, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> I had a reference to a patch from Motonobu Ichimura in my todo list.
> Did you use this?
I had a look at the patch, but while it "worked" in one sense, it was
not "correct". My generates the correct DSC comments for the fonts
and encodings/charsets, copes with some of the idiosyncracies of
multi-byte printing in GhostScript, and allows the use of Courier for
the ASCII code range. which the patch (and previous attempts) did
It also allows the user to define their own modified character set.
I believe there are code ranges in various national character sets
marked as private, which allow for the specification of special
characters to be printed for certain codes. I haven't documented
this bit since the main thing is to try out the new options and
generated output. Once that seems to working I can describe how to
use custom character set definitions for printing.
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