Re: problem with polish diacritics: win32-vim63
- Mikolaj Machowski <mikmach@...> wrote:
>If you invoke Vim as "gvim -u NONE -U NONE -N", does 'encoding' get setAll options has the same values.
>to the same value?
>If it does, try setting the 'keymap' and/or 'langmap'For what?
There is no keymap file for Polish keyboard, it was never necessary.
Also I have no idea how to create one. Keymap files are for simple
mappings, eventually for dead keys which for most of Polish users is
>If it doesn't, I'd suggest also setting 'termencoding' to theDoesn't help.
>'encoding' that gets set when gvim is loaded with -u NONE -U NONE -N.
>To do that, find in your vimrc the line that sets 'encoding', and add
>just before it
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- At 05:37 p.m. 02/07/2004, Mikolaj Machowski wrote:
>I've got multiple reports and tested it myself.It works for me in W2ksp4 with the 'Polish (Programmers)' keyboard driver
>It is impossible to insert Polish diacritics in Vim 6.3 win32.
>Eg. press <AltGr-a> and got 1. This is not problem of font.
>Encoding is detected properly (cp1250), 1 is entered literally
>ga returns the same code as simple press of 1.
after I set gvim's buffer encoding to cp1250 (not my system's default
obviously): <altgr>-a produces an aogonek (u0105, cp1250 codepoint 0xB9).
I wonder if the keyboard driver installed matches your expectations (the
keyboard 'Polish (214)' is very different) and if the font you use for
display contains the actual glyph.