Re: Some problem about utf-8 on win32
- View SourceThanks. I have solved the problem.
2006/11/25, A.J.Mechelynck <antoine.mechelynck@...>:
> ocean wrote:
> > When I set encoding to utf-8 and let $lang zh_CN.UTF-8, the tooltips
> > can't display correctly and the popup menu on tabpage also. I found
> > the problem is that the tool tips is utf-8 encoding, it should be
> > translated to active codepage encoding.
> I may be wrong, but I think this problem was addressed by a recent bugfix.
> Which version and patchlevel are you using? (See the first five lines from the
> output of ":version"; and if there is no line starting "Included patches:" it
> means you are at patchlevel zero (no patches included).
> See at http://ftp.vim.org/pub/vim/patches/7.0/README a one-line summary of
> every bugfix published so far for Vim 7.0.
> For Windows, you can get an "updated" distribution at
> -- see the "release notes" for the corresponding ":version" listing.
> If you want something even more recent, or a different choice of features, you
> can compile Vim yourself, see (for Windows)
> Best regards,