Re: How can vim support new Chinese standard GB18030?
- It sounds that cp54936 is not fully functioning,
though the name is there.
Following is what I got:
Not a valid codepage: enc=cp54936
The whole buffer becomes blank.
Well, setting enc=utf8 worked perfect for me.
I am just wondering why such standard (GB18030)
is forced in China? Government issue?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bram Moolenaar" <Bram@...>
To: "maxiangjiang" <maxiangjiang@...>
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 11:19 AM
Subject: Re: How can vim support new Chinese standard GB18030?
> Ma Xiangjiang wrote:
> > I just found such new standard and I am wondering if gvim can support
> > Setting enc=prc can be used for the current vim.
> > As for the new stardard, we may need to set something like:
> > enc=2byte-cp54936
> > enc=4byte-cp54936
> > Or, can we have an alias like "enc=china"?
> There is no "4byte-" for 'encoding'
> If this codepage is identified as a double-byte encoding, it should
> already work on MS-Windows. Try:
> :set enc=cp54936
> This doesn't work when more than 2 bytes are possible.
> You can include the encoding in 'fileencodings' and set 'encoding' to
> utf-8 to rely on conversion.
> "Thou shalt not follow the Null Pointer, for at its end Chaos and
> Madness lie."
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