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bug#7962: 23.2; capitalize letters ISO-8859-1 with diacritic signs in em

From: Emmanuel Bigler
Subject: bug#7962: 23.2; capitalize letters ISO-8859-1 with diacritic signs in emacs 23.2.1
Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2011 09:09:37 +0100
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3/ now I cut-paste a line of the old unibyte file and enter a fresh
letter with diacritic sign in thye middel of this line ; I'm still in
2-byte codeing/display : the letter entered in the middle of unibytes
seems to stay unibyte !!
Is this a bug, a feature, or misconceptions / misunderstandings on my
side ??

Ooops ! this was an error on my side, forget about this.

I simply entered a fresh letter in the middle of an old unibyte line of an old file, fresh letter in unibyte format/display. So it behaves as it should. When toggled to 2-byte display, the old line does not change but characters entered in multibyte in the middel eof it are displayed as 2-byte ... when toggles *back* to unibyte display.

So ("same player shoot again", sorry) everything works as it should, i.e. fine, except that captialize does not work on unibyte letters with diacritic signs, when displayed as unibyte.

Now the last test is to enter fresh letters in 2-byte, capitalize them, do not switch bak to unibyet display, save the file, exits emacs, and see what happens when re-loaded/displayed as unibyte.


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