On Thu, 03 Apr 2008 22:37:25 -0400 dsyates <dsyates@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I was wrong, this error is only occurring for me when trying to view the emelfm2 CREDITS page (UTF-8) not when viewing the README file (ASCII).Ah yes, a couple of our friends have names that normally include non-ascii characters. Which raises a couple of issues: * we probably should not distribute a doc that's non-ascii, to avoid glitches such as yours (here, with a non-ascii locale, the file displays with a few garbage characters but no error) * may be worth reconsidering the whole encoding 'protocol' for e2 i.e. don't trust what the locale says, instead, check every file I noted Liviu's comment about other encoding problems, which need to be explored at least (some things are just too hard to fix e.g. files with mixed encodings) In the meantime, can you live with current arrangements for a while ? Or do we need to rush a fix of some sort ? Regards Tom
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