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Re: Slightly OT: Editor Encoding Issues
- To: Holger dot Rauch at heitec dot de
- Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Slightly OT: Editor Encoding Issues
- From: Sebastian Rahtz <sebastian dot rahtz at computing-services dot oxford dot ac dot uk>
- Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 21:01:54 +0100
- Cc: docbook-apps at lists dot oasis-open dot org
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Holger Rauch writes:
> Is there any way to use Emacs PSGML mode on both Unix and Win* WITHOUT
> changing the encoding of the DocBook XML document when switching between
> the two systems? (Usually, one either has to specify
> encoding="iso-8859-1" or
> depending whether one is working on Unix or on Win*.)
why use these horrible encodings anyway? whats wrong with the default
utf-8, which emacs is well able to support?
> I already asked on the PSGML users mailing list on how to make PSGML mode
> Unicode aware but I got no replies.
look at the "tei-emacs" packaging of emacs, psgml etc on
http://www.hcu.ox.ac.uk/TEI/Software/. In there are including patches
to psgml etc which read the XML file's encoding attribute properly,
and take appropriate action. You load a normal XML file with no
encoding, it defaults to utf-8 mode.