On Fri, Jan 02, 2015 at 09:20:10AM -0500, Bill Degnan wrote: >Next I plan to work on the B-128 I will let you know if I can locate >and use a terminal program successfully and post on my site in D0 >format. It's hard to find a good terminal program that has flexibility >to handle the characters generated by mutt. I am working on a general >purpose .muttrc file. Still work to do! That is going to be a lot of work if you have configured your mutt to use UTF-8, like I did several years ago (using mutt,vim and msmtp and a UTF-8 compatible terminal emulator on X11). The only character-set related parameter in my .muttrc seems to be set config_charset="utf-8" It look like the rest is automatically deduced from LANG=fi_FI.utf8 or LC_CTYPE=fi_FI.UTF-8. You could execute the "locale" command in GNU/Linux to see the defaults (POSIX in my case). If I unset the two above mentioned variables, mutt will convert non-ASCII characters to question marks. Hmm, even with the POSIX locale, mutt is using some Digital VT100 or VT220 line-art characters when displaying email subjects in the threaded view ("o t" or "O t"). Those few non-ASCII characters used by mutt should have direct PETSCII equivalents. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2015-01-02 15:01:31
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