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Re: Searching for command options in man pages (searching for a hyphen n
Re: Searching for command options in man pages (searching for a hyphen not represented by ASCII 2d)
20 Feb 2003 18:00:18 -0800
Alan Shutko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> email@example.com (Jerry Asher) writes:
> > In Red Hat (8.0 but I am pretty sure in 7.x as well), in emacs 21.2
> > hexl-mode shows the bolded hyphen is not ASCII 2D, but is represented
> > by ASCII 92 (ex).
> RHL 8 defaults to a UTF8, iirc. So you'd have to enter the unicode
> version of the hyphen... whichever it is that man outputs. Gee,
Not only that, but I think the unicode hyphen (-) is different from
the unicode dash (--). Bleh. So you have searching for <hyphen>b is
different than searching for <dash>backup.
> Here, we just changed /etc/sysconfig/i18n to be just en_US, not
Yes, that did fix the problem, thanks!