vim7.2 on centos_x64 can not show correct chinese characters
- View SourceI installed vim 7.2 on 64bits centos , and using '--enable-multibyte'
option , but when I typed chinese characters in vim,it show some
unrecognized characters like ' 四32m~S~H四32m~S~H'
someone can help me solving this question,thanks.....
- View SourceOn 18/01/10 05:08, jackyyvan wrote:
> I installed vim 7.2 on 64bits centos , and using '--enable-multibyte'1) What does Vim reply to the following? (while editing the problematic
> option , but when I typed chinese characters in vim,it show some
> unrecognized characters like ' 四32m~S~H四32m~S~H'
> someone can help me solving this question,thanks.....
:verbose set enc? fencs? fenc? tenc?
2) Are you sure that your current font supports CJK?
2.1) Console or GUI?
2.2) If console, does Vim understand what your keyboard is sending?
- Which console terminal are you using?
xterm? other (and which one?)?
:verbose set term?
2.3) If GUI,
:verbose set gfn?
(My next question would have been about patch 7.1.116, but if you're
using Vim 7.2, you have it.)
(There may be differences between 32- and 64-bit Vim but I don't know
what to look for in that respect.)
A person whom we know well enough to borrow from, but not well
enough to lend to.
-- Ambrose Bierce, "The Devil's Dictionary"
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