|From:||taliesin the storyteller <taliesin-conlang@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 22, 2008, 9:23|
* Henrik Theiling said on 2008-08-21 15:16:23 +0200
> David McCann writes:
> > /../ and my utter bafflement as to why people are still using
> > it after a decade of Unicode and configurable keyboards.
> That's simple:
> b) I am still using my beloved Emacs for reading this list
> and Emacs still has no decent Unicode support. Shame,
> but that's reality. So I often do not see what you guys
> are writing here in IPA, depending on the mood of my
I have a 100% UTF-8 system here, and that includes vim...
C'mon, you asked for it: when someone says "emacs" the laws of the
unverse demands that someone counters with "vim", or the universe might
cease to be...
The real petty is that I have to stick to Linux these days as the UTF-8
support in the BSDs is *still* flaky.
t., who when mailing from nvg.org uses mutt+vim