Re: J for multi_byte
- It is more complicated than you think.
Mixing English, Russian and Greek, and possibly also Hebrew and Farsi,
within a single Unicode file produces a kind of multibyte output where
joining with an ascii space does make sense.
IIRC, I have seen something about automatic line breaking anywhere in
*doublewide* text and that could be related to what you are seeking. I
believe that it is for a future release though.
Xiangjiang Ma <maxiangjiang@...> wrote:
> How to map J to gJ for multi_byte text only.
> Anything like
> if (multi_byte)
> map J gJ
> By default, J will leave a ascii space after joining,
> which makes no sense for multi_byte text.
> Xiangjiang Ma
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