Re: gVim stripping diacritics not in keyboard charset
- On 22/04/13 23:22, Tuetschek wrote:
> On Tuesday, March 30, 2010 9:01:36 PM UTC+2, Tuetschek wrote:Well, I'm happy to know you finally got rid of the problem. I suppose
>> Thanks, but I'm sorry, your suggestions didn't help ... it really
>> doesn't matter which terminal or file encoding I have set, my font is
>> capable of displaying such characters (I can paste a "ř"' through
>> clipboard or open any file that contains it all right) and that
>> character is present in my locale "Czech_Republic.1250".
>> I think it's got something to do with the way Vim handles Windows
>> input messages (since the console Windows version works OK).
> I have finally solved the problem ... and it's kinda strange. I just downloaded Vim sources and built them using Visual Studio C++ Express 2010 according to the instructions at http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Build_Vim_in_Windows_with_Visual_Studio . I was planning to have closer look at the problem, put some debug mesagges in etc., but it dissapeared by itself after the first build.
we'll never know if the cure was due to a different procedure used to
build Vim, or to one of the many bugfixes which happened in the three
years (and almost a month) since then.
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