mutt and 8 bit characters

Tony Arnold tony.arnold@man.ac.uk
Mon Sep 22 11:19:00 GMT 2003


David,

> I know of two workarounds: (1) revert to version 1.8xx of 
> libiconv; (2) grab the mutt sources and re-compile/re-link 
> against the current version of 
> libiconv.

Thanks for the tip. I recompiled mutt from the source you get from the
Cygwin setup utility. It's certainly stopped it from crashing on 8 bit
characters, but they are no longer displayed correctly! They get displayed
at question marks. Is that your experience too? Or is it my terminal
settings? I use rxvt.

Regards,
Tony.
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