Re: Multibyte bugs
- On 11/04/10 17:33, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Tony Mechelynck wrote:
>> IMHO it makes no sense to have digraphs in Vim for "private use"Yes; in my browser and with my usual font most (but not all) of them are
>> characters. I propose to drop any of them that cannot be usefully
>> reassigned to some "official" Unicode codepoint elsewhere. E000 to E028
>> means forty-one codepoints, it ought not to be a big problem.
> Searching revealed a few proposals for these character ranges. And
> this page has a confusing summary:
> "private use" but it does have a table with characters.
CJK fullwidth ideograms and full-width counterparts of halfwidth math
symbols etc. A few are (halfwidth) Latin accented letters which even
exist in Latin1 i.e. below U+0100 !!! For instance (in my browser)
U+E023 to U+E081 look like duplicates of ASCII 0x21 to 0x7E in the same
order. Note however the last sentence immediately before the table:
«The repertoire seen with your computer's font will most likely not be
the same as with other computers or fonts.»
And indeed I see a different glyph for those codepoints in gvim with my
usual 'guifont', which is not the same as my browser's usual serif and
>Neither can I.
> Let's remove these digraphs. I can't imagine anyone is using them.
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