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Re: Japanese '者' (U+8005) is replaced with \350\200

From: Karl Berry
Subject: Re: Japanese '者' (U+8005) is replaced with \350\200
Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2021 15:27:12 -0700

    generates a result with a broken word, in which a Japanese
    character, '者', (Unicode U+8005) is replaced with
    \350\200 when opening the result in Emacs.

Sorry, this probably isn't very helpful, but ...  are you sure it's not
an Emacs issue? As far as I can tell, wdiff is just outputting the bytes
it sees.

Running wdiff | od -c on your input files, I see the three bytes (in
octal) 0250 0200 0205 in order in the output. I'm using LC_ALL=C to avoid
locale interpretations getting in the way. --best, karl.

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