Re: testtext

At 08:16 AM 1/30/2002, Owen Taylor wrote:

Eric Mader <mader jtcsv com> writes:

> When I use testtext to open a utf-8 text file, all non-Latin text is
> being displayed as Unicode escape sequences,

Odd. What do you mean by UTF-8 escape sequences? UTF-8 treated as
ISO8559-1? \x{1234}? Boxed numbers?

Haven't seen anything like this.

My mistake. I'm running on a Linux system I just built, and I forgot that the contents of /home on the drive I moved to the new system was out of date. It works fine with the right file...

 even though it displays
> correctly in the Example text, and in the other GTK and Pango
> demos. Is this a problem with testtext, or have I built something
> incorrectly?
> Another strange problem: navigating through directories in the "Open"
> dialog doesn't seem to work reliably; it often doesn't show all the
> directories and files in a particular directory...

People reported this; it is hopefully fixed with the filesel changes
in 1.3.12, though I didn't see it before, so I don't know for sure.

I see that there's a newer version of filesel.c than the one I built with; I'll pull over the latest and see if it gets better.



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