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bug#41938: Contradictory Information about Encoding in the Reference Man
bug#41938: Contradictory Information about Encoding in the Reference Manual
Thu, 18 Jun 2020 23:11:37 +0200
mu4e 1.4.10; emacs 26.3
Section 4.3.1 (The Top of a Script File) of The Guile Reference Manual
generated from the current master branch (184.108.40.206-1ab210) says:
If this source code file is not ASCII or ISO-8859-1 encoded, a coding
declaration such as ‘coding: utf-8’ should appear in a comment
somewhere in the first five lines of the file: see *note Character
Encoding of Source Files::.
But section 6.18.8 (Character Encoding of Source Files) says:
In the absence of any hints, UTF-8 is assumed.
Probably the former information (ASCII or ISO-8859-1) is outdated.
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