Re: fix tests for DOS/Windows
- Ken Takata wrote:
> 2013/06/20 The 16:03:03 UTC+9 Bram Moolenaar wrote:Thanks. I suppose there is no other way than to use a separate file.
> > When running the tests reloading is not an option.
> > Perhaps explicitly setting 'fenc' would work?
> No, it doesn't solve the problem. When Vim loads test17.in,
> the binary part is already broken, because the default value of
> 'encoding' is cp932 on my Windows environment.
> To load the binary part properly:
> 1. 'enc' should be set to latin1 or utf-8.
> 2. After setting 'enc' properly, test17.in should be reloaded with
> 'fenc=latin1'. (E.g. use ':e ++enc=latin1')
> If reloading is not allowed, the binary part should be a separate file.
> Here is a patch.
We should use "latin1" encoding so that it works without the multi_byte
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