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Re: Dired doesn't decode UTF-8 file names

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Dired doesn't decode UTF-8 file names
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2006 14:52:15 -0600
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Peter Dyballa wrote:

Am 28.08.2006 um 17:02 schrieb Kevin Rodgers:

>     (("\\*shell\\*\\'" utf-8 . utf-8)
>      ("\\*.* output\\*\\'" iso-8859-15-unix . iso-8859-15-unix))
> The second line is meant for AUCTeX output buffers (although not really
> working, probably I have to find some hook). Is there really more needed?

That doesn't look right at all.  According to its doc string, the car of
the alist elements should be a regexp that matches a program name,
whereas your patterns look like they match buffer names.

OK. So I'll try to use

    (("[bt][ac]sh\\'" utf-8 . utf-8)
     (".*tex\\'" iso-8859-15-unix . iso-8859-15-unix))

That should fix your *shell* buffers, and Dired buffers for wildcard
file names.  But non-wildcard Dired buffers invoke ls directly (not
via a shell).


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