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Re: Real unibyte files

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Real unibyte files
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 21:22:03 +0200

> From: Eduardo Nahum Ochs <>
> Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 16:13:59 -0200
> So, I've been using Emacs as an extremely convenient, but somewhat
> unportable, TeX editor.

Yes, it sounds like that.

> The problem is that neither the "raw-text" or the "no-conversion"
> codings are exactly unibyte modes; if you place the cursor on a char
> 174 or 175 and do a "C-x =" (or "C-u C-x ="), at least on my Emacs
> 20.7.2, you see that they are reported as chars 2048+174 or 2048+175

???  I cannot reproduce this: when I type this:

     C-x RET c no-conversion RET C-x C-f file-with-175 RET
     C-u C-x =

I see 175, not something else.

no-conversion *is* a unibyte mode; raw-text isn't.

You should also be able to put a "unibyte: t" in the file local
variable section.

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