XEmacsAndNonAsciiCharacters

According to EmacsAndXEmacs, “Use Emacs if non-ASCII support is important to you.”

XEmacs works just fine with Unicode etc – ShaeErisson

Editing Kuhn’s example UTF-8-demo document demonstrates some of the issues (when you’ve found out how to get utf-8 support in the first place). There are various problems even for locales like Latin-9 due to missing fundamental features and lack of support for others. Also I understand that Mule isn’t supported in a stable form under MS Windows. – Dave Love


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