Re: Problems with utf8 encoding
- On Fri, 6 Dec 2002, Piet Delport wrote:
> What telnet/SSH terminal emulator are you using, and have you set it upAah! I didn't think about this. Thanks! I will take a look at this
> to expect UTF-8 data?
> I get exactly the behaviour you describe above when i set Vim's encoding
> to UTF-8, but leave my SSH client (PuTTY on Win2k) expecting ISO-8859-1
> encoded data (the default on PuTTY). Telling PuTTY to interpret
> incoming data as UTF-8 solved the problem.
again. I looked at the options for the secure shell client I use and
didn't find any settings affecting the terminal encoding...
However, I notice the same effect on cygwin/vim. I am not sure what kind
of problem there is in that combination... I guess the best thing to do
is to try it on a real linux box.
Dec 6 3:51pm
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