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Re: [O] links to folders with non-english characters don't work (emacs 2

From: Ansgar Meyer
Subject: Re: [O] links to folders with non-english characters don't work (emacs 23&24 on osx)
Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 09:58:05 +0200

Embarrassingly, I put my response in the wrong place, I've never used a mailing 
list before. Anyway, for future reference, here's my response:

Solved! (By setting current-language-environment to utf-8, it was set to 
english-something by default) I have no idea why I didn't check what encoding 
emacs was using by default right away.  I had no encoding problems until this 
issue surfaced. Thank you!

On May 8, 2012, at 4:54 PM, Christian Moe wrote:

> Hi,
> I cannot reproduce AJR's problem (and I'm a happy user of both æøå and other 
> strange characters on the Mac). I created a dør.txt file and opened it with a 
> file:~/org/dør.txt link. I clicked a http://www.dører.no link and got the 
> appropriate URL in the Firefox address bar.
> I'm on Emacs 23.3.1 and OS X 10.6.8, with current-language-environment always 
> set to "UTF-8".
> AJR, do you only have this trouble with links, or do you experience other 
> encoding issues as well?
> Yours,
> Christian
> On 5/8/12 11:03 AM, Bastien wrote:
>> Hi,
>> AJR<address@hidden>  writes:
>>> First I just wanted to thank everyone involved in creating orgmode,
>>> it's amazing and it has pretty much sold me on emacs. But, I've had
>>> some problems with links containing æøå. I'm an osx (lion) user. In
>>> emacs 23.4 (9.0) no paths with æøå where possible to open. For
>>> example, these did not work:
>>> file:~/dør.txt (didn't open)
>>> http://www.dører.no (the url bar of firefox contained www.d¯rer.no
>>> and, before that, some other strange formatting)
>>> file:~/dør
>> I can't reproduce this problem on my GNU/Linux machine but hopefully
>> someone using MacOSX will help.
>> Best,

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