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Re: Mg3a - a version of Mg2a developed on Cygwin
- From: Bengt Larsson <lists dot cygwin2 at bengtl dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2011 10:11:48 +0100
- Subject: Re: Mg3a - a version of Mg2a developed on Cygwin
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Bengt Larsson wrote:
>As I mentioned in an earlier message I have been developing UTF-8
>support for an editor, Mg2a. I chose to call it Mg3a.
This is Mg, formerly Mg2a, formerly MicroGnuEmacs. It was extended by
Bengt Larsson to deal with CRLF/LF and UTF-8, plus some other small
extensions. The original README and documents are in orig/. The
extensions as well as the original, with some exceptions mentioned in
the original README, are in the public domain.
Enjoy your GNU Emacs-like editor.
If you are on Cygwin, Mg defaults to CRLF line endings. You may want
to set them to LF by putting this in a file .mg in your home
If you have files in an old 8-bit character set, and if you are in a
UTF-8 locale, you may want to add a command to set the default 8bit
character set. Default is CP1252. For example:
"list-charsets" lists the available charsets.
Commands are documented in README.reference. README.programmer and
README.misc include some extra info.
Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html
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