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Re: Macintosh character encoding on Unix

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  • Luc St-Louis
    ... Ah, okay. I will investigate this later this week. ... Yeah, I do know :-) Thanks!
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 28, 2004
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      On Sat, Feb 28, 2004 at 04:14:44PM -0500, Alejandro Lopez-Valencia wrote:
      > Luc St-Louis broke the silence of shunyata and uttered:
      >
      > > On Sat, Feb 28, 2004 at 03:29:53PM -0500, Alejandro Lopez-Valencia
      > > wrote:
      > >> Luc St-Louis broke the silence of shunyata and uttered:
      > >
      > > My version of Vim (6.2, patches applied up to 98), does not seem to
      > > possess the 'macroman' encoding. Will an upgrade help, or is something
      >
      > It depends a lot on your iconv implementation and if the binary was
      > compiled with multibyte support or not. Assuming you have GNU iconv (it
      > is integrated in Linux glibc), the names mac, macintosh, macroman, and
      > csmacintosh will work, else, you are out of luck and need to compile
      > your own (hint, use a-a-p or a CVS snapshot).

      Ah, okay. I will investigate this later this week.

      > > else needed? (Also, the command shown complains of "E172: Only one
      > > file name allowed".)
      >
      > change to ':e ++enc=blah %', memory is one of the first things to go, ya
      > know.

      Yeah, I do know :-)

      Thanks!
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