Command-line editor that handles UTF-8
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Wed Jul 4 08:21:11 UTC 2012
Joe handles utf-8, but in my experience, you have to have your $TERM set
If you cannot do this for some reason, you'll have to google.
I do not think vt100 handles utf-8 unless things has changed in the last
On Tue, 3 Jul 2012, John J. Boyer wrote:
> Neither nano nor vim will handle UTF-8. I need a command-line editor
> that will. emacs might, but I find it extremely hard to use.
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