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Wed, 19 Jan 2005 18:03:21 -0500
Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/21.3.50 (gnu/linux)
>> Oh, so the elisp code indeed does the same thing. And that means it's
>> only really used at most once per Emacs session (since after it's
>> executed, the hash-table will be active directly in
>> ccl-decode-mule-utf-8). Right?
> Right except for the case that a user turn
> utf-translate-cjk-mode off once.
> Not acculate. As I wrote above, (= l 2) implies it's an
> originally invalid byte represented by 2-byte sequence of
> eight-bit-graphic and eight-bit-control char.
Oh, I think I'm beginning to understand: An invalid sequence such as "\201"
is not translated into the single eight-bit-control char \201 but into
a sequence of two eight-bit-* chars: "\302\201".
Hmm... why is that?
Re: utf-8.el, Andreas Schwab, 2005/01/19