they use the operating system locale. So it's easy to imagine that
setting MM_CHARSET to something that doesn't match the character set
used by your current locale then weird stuff could happen. Maybe it's
not a big problem now, but to me it's just another reason to transition
to using the locale solely (unless there's a good reason not to).
And if you want to run a program with a different character set, it's
easy to just do something like "LC_ALL=en_us.UTF-8 scan".
okay, i'm sold. deprecate it.
paul fox, pgf(_at_)foxharp(_dot_)boston(_dot_)ma(_dot_)us (arlington, ma,
where it's 72.3 degrees)
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