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RE: \201 chars showing up in buffer when using emacs from mutt


From: Dirk-Jan.Binnema
Subject: RE: \201 chars showing up in buffer when using emacs from mutt
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 14:09:28 +0300

Thank you for your reply.

> From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden
> 
> Am 24.03.2005 um 13:14 schrieb <address@hidden>:
> 
> > So does anyone have bullet proof settings such that I will 
> never see 
> > that
> > dreaded \201 again? I am *almost* capabable of just removing them 
> > trough some
> > hook function when I start emacs, but taht seems very evil.
> >
> 
> You have a few choices:
> 
> a) set in the file's header something like
>       <comment> -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
>     where <comment> is the comment character for this type of file

Ah... but that would require a bit of a hack though in my use case 
(running emacs as the editor for mutt).

> b) set file-coding-system-alist, auto-coding-alist -- You can 
> customize 
> this variable:
>        ("\\.tex\\'" iso-latin-9-unix . iso-latin-9-unix)
> 
> c) some of these:
 
  [...]

> d) combinations of above

Ok, I am testing these. I did however also discover the 'send_charset'
setting for Mutt; together with your hints that may do the trick -- thanks.

--Dirk.




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