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Re: emacs-unicode: different encoding of iso-2022-7bit?

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: emacs-unicode: different encoding of iso-2022-7bit?
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:52:29 +0900

I wrote:
>> I've attached a diff showing the changes -- if you visit it in emacs,
>> you'll see that it looks like the inserted and deleted lines are all
>> equal (except for my addition at the top of course)!  But if you use
>> `find-file-literally', you can see that the file encodings are actually
>> different.
> An update:  actually the lines only look the same if you view it in
> emacs-unicode -- if you view the diff file in the CVS trunk emacs, in
> fact the `rewritten' characters generated by emacs-unicode are rendered
> as double-width characters.

Hi, does anybody have any idea about this bug, or a work-around?

I think it's a fairly serious problem -- I've stopped using Emacs 22
because I can't edit Emacs' ChangeLogs with it (they're encoded using


Is it true that nothing can be known?  If so how do we know this?  -Woody Allen

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