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Re: non-ASCII cut/paste emacs <-> mozilla

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: non-ASCII cut/paste emacs <-> mozilla
Date: 16 Jul 2002 13:55:00 +0900

Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:
> > So mozilla is apparently just pasting the raw encoded
> > characters from X, without interpretation.
> Yes, it looks like a ctext-encoded string.  You can verify that by 
> setting a breakpoint in x_encode_text and looking at the string it is 
> about to send to X.
> Weird.  What system is that?

Debian unstable.

It seems as if it's just mozilla's problem, but I'm rather astonished
that it can't even deal with latin-1 characters.

Has anyone out there successfully used Mozilla to cut/paste non-ASCII text?

Also, does anyone know of any low-level tools that cat be used to
directly send/receive binary data to/from the X cut buffer mechanism, so
I can reduce the variables to one program?


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