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Re: [tlug] Re: UTF-8 under Linux

>>>>> "Mike" == Mike Fabian <> writes:

    Mike> GNU Emacs 21.1.1 with Mule-UCS-0.84 can edit and display all
    Mike> of them.

    Mike> XEmacs 21.4.8 with Mule-UCS-0.84 can edit and display all of
    Mike> them *except* U+2BB.

That's right, it doesn't exist in our tables (mule-ucs/lisp/reldata).
Doesn't exist anywhere except in Unicode, far as I can tell, none of
the mapping tables I have (offhand, I haven'T gone dredging the web)
have it.

Where do you get the Mule-UCS?  Is it the same, or are you use XEmacs
package for one and the upstream for the other?  It's quite possible
that either GNU or Miyashita-san has updated the character tables.

What does C-u C-x = tell you about that character under GNU Emacs?
Also, what font are you using to display?  Does GNU Emacs support
unicode fonts, or do they do the same hack we do (translating to the
usual set of X registries)?

Either an URL for the source of the Mule-UCS you use for GNU Emacs or
a diff between that tree and the XEmacs package sources would be どう
もありがたい (like, literally "hard to get" ;-).

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