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Re: Fwd: Problem with non-bmp unicode

From: Jérôme Marant
Subject: Re: Fwd: Problem with non-bmp unicode
Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 14:22:47 +0100
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Le dimanche 12 novembre 2006 03:32, Kenichi Handa a écrit :

> > I tried a bunch of other characters outside the BMP, all of which
> > fail in the same way. Characters in the BMP work nicely.
> Emacs 22 still doesn't support Unicode characters over BMP.
> If you really need to handle them, please use the CVS branch
> emacs-unicode-2.

OK. Noted.

> > Apparently, emacs 22 shows a question mark instead of "\360\220\216\200"
> > but trying to delete the question mark character with backspace turn it into
> > "\360\220\216".
> This is written in the comment of utf-8.el.
> ;; We compose the untranslatable sequences into a single character,
> ;; and move point to the next character.
> ;; This is infelicitous for editing, because there's currently no
> ;; mechanism for treating compositions as atomic, but is OK for
> ;; display.  They are composed to U+FFFD with help-echo which
> ;; indicates the unicodes they represent.  This function GCs too much.
> I tried to fix this editting problem by using
> modification-hooks text property, but couldn't accomplish a
> good result.

Thanks for trying anyway.

Jérôme Marant

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