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Re[2]: [h-e-w] Accents in environment variables - HOME

From: sherkin.freesbee
Subject: Re[2]: [h-e-w] Accents in environment variables - HOME
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2004 15:33:07 +0200

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From: sherkin.freesbee <address@hidden>
To: Benjamin Riefenstahl <address@hidden>
Date: Saturday, April 10, 2004, 3:22:59 PM
Subject: [h-e-w] Accents in environment variables - HOME

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Hi Benny,

Thanks for you answer.
Alas, there's nothing new there:

Saturday, April 10, 2004, 2:53:49 PM, you wrote:

BR> The caller of (getenv) is supposed to use locale-coding-system with
BR> the result according to recent (getenv) documentation.  What is the
BR> value of that variable?

BR> And to what does this expression evaluate:
BR>   (decode-coding-string (getenv "HOME") locale-coding-system)
(decode-coding-string (getenv "HOME") locale-coding-system)
"C:\\Documents and Settings\\Propri\202taire"

Meanwhile, I found some related messages around the web, i.e. :

* RE: [h-e-w] Problem with Microsoft Visual SourceSafe when using "runemac
  # From:   Grissom, Ed


* Make runemacs also run gnuclient # From: Charles Wilson <address@hidden>

but the link
seems dead for now, as well as
found in:
 * Announcing: run-1.1.4 # From: Charles Wilson <cwilson at ee dot gatech dot 

contains the patch !

I'm not sure it would solve the problem, and it appears to rely on
cygwin ... maybe there's a more direct solution....

Best regards,
 sherkin.freesbee                            mailto:address@hidden
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 sherkin.freesbee                            mailto:address@hidden

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