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Re: cvs-quickdir and UTF-8 encoded file names

From: Karl Eichwalder
Subject: Re: cvs-quickdir and UTF-8 encoded file names
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2003 06:47:35 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.1003 (Gnus v5.10.3) Emacs/21.3.50 (gnu/linux)

Kenichi Handa <address@hidden> writes:

> Please show me the result of C-h C RET and the values of
> these variables:
>     default-enable-multibyte-characters
>     enable-multibyte-characters
>     default-file-name-coding-system
>     file-name-coding-system

Thanks for asking:

Coding system for saving this buffer:
  Not set locally, use the default.
Default coding system (for new files):
  u -- mule-utf-8 (alias: utf-8)

Coding system for keyboard input:
Coding system for terminal output:
  u -- mule-utf-8 (alias: utf-8)

Defaults for subprocess I/O:
  decoding: u -- mule-utf-8 (alias: utf-8)

  encoding: u -- mule-utf-8 (alias: utf-8)

Priority order for recognizing coding systems when reading files:
  1. mule-utf-8 (alias: utf-8)
  2. iso-latin-1 (alias: iso-8859-1 latin-1)
  3. mule-utf-16be-with-signature (alias: utf-16be-with-signature 
mule-utf-16-be utf-16-be)
  4. mule-utf-16le-with-signature (alias: utf-16le-with-signature 
mule-utf-16-le utf-16-le)
  5. iso-2022-jp (alias: junet)
  6. iso-2022-7bit 
  7. iso-2022-7bit-lock (alias: iso-2022-int-1)
  8. iso-2022-8bit-ss2 
  9. emacs-mule 
  10. raw-text 
  11. japanese-shift-jis (alias: shift_jis sjis)
  12. chinese-big5 (alias: big5 cn-big5)
  13. no-conversion 

  Other coding systems cannot be distinguished automatically
  from these, and therefore cannot be recognized automatically
  with the present coding system priorities.

  The following are decoded correctly but recognized as iso-2022-7bit-lock:
    iso-2022-7bit-ss2 iso-2022-7bit-lock-ss2 iso-2022-cn iso-2022-cn-ext
    iso-2022-jp-2 iso-2022-kr

Particular coding systems specified for certain file names:

  ---------     --------------          ----------------
  File I/O      "ChangeLog"             (utf-8 . utf-8)
                                        (no-conversion . no-conversion)
                "\\.tgz\\'"             (no-conversion . no-conversion)
                "\\.bz2\\'"             (no-conversion . no-conversion)
                                        (no-conversion . no-conversion)
                "\\.elc\\'"             (emacs-mule . emacs-mule)
                "\\.utf\\(-8\\)?\\'"    utf-8
                                        (raw-text . raw-text-unix)
                "\\.tar\\'"             (no-conversion . no-conversion)
                ""                      (undecided)
  Process I/O   nothing specified
  Network I/O   nothing specified

default-enable-multibyte-characters's value is t

enable-multibyte-characters's value is t
Local in buffer *cvs*; global value is t

default-file-name-coding-system's value is mule-utf-8
file-name-coding-system's value is nil

> And, when you read CVS/Entries directly, how those file
> names are decoded?

Is this the value you want to know?

Coding system for saving this buffer:
  t -- raw-text-unix

To see this value I did:

C-x C-f CVS/Entries RET
M-x describe-coding-system RET

Thanks for your help.

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