RE: incomplete sequence for iconv
- Ron Aaron wrote:
> > It appears the conversion from cp1255 to utf8 doesn't work correctly,I tried it with the iconv program and the iconv function (in a
> > ther result changes when a space is appended.
> > This looks like an iconv problem. Or do you suggest that Vim is doing
> > something wrong?
> Vim is at fault, since I can take the same text as a file, run
> iconv.exe (using the same iconv.dll) and convert it back and forth
> without loss.
debugger). It appears the iconv program works OK but the iconv function
doesn't. It simply doesn't convert the last character and does return
zero for success. I can't say anything than that iconv() is faulty.
I can make iconv() work by telling it it's getting one more character,
so that it includes the NUL byte at the end of the string. Another
indication that iconv() is at fault.
My iconv program is using libiconv 1.8, I'm not sure what vim is using
(there is a conflict with libintl that uses another version of the iconv
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