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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; pl-PL; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040113
Description of problem:
File /usr/share/vim/vim62/tutor/tutor.pl is encoded in ISO-8859-2, so
there is a big mess on the screen when runnig vimtutor. Changing
encoding of that file to UTF8 resolves problem :-)
This bug apllies to versions from FC2 and Rawhide.
Sorry form my English :P
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. log in ;-)
2. run vimtutor with system variable LANG set to "pl_PL.UTF8"
Considering I don't read said language, I did give it a go, and my
screen didn't garble. File is ISO-8859 though.
file -r /usr/share/vim/vim62/tutor/tutor.pl
/usr/share/vim/vim62/tutor/tutor.pl: ISO-8859 English text
Well, my fault :( Saying "mess" I didn't mean "garbled screen". Only
non US-ASCII charakters don't look as they should, so the text is very
Sorry, there should be "characters", not "charakters" :/
This "bug" is still present in vim-common-6.3.006-1 :(
Lets hope I got the encodings right ;-)
Please try vim-6.3.011-2
Well, there is a small mistake in spec file:
iconv -f CP1250 -t UTF8 tutor.pl > conv/tutor.pl
so some characters don't look as they should. This will resolve a problem:
iconv -f ISO-8859-2 -t UTF8 tutor.pl > conv/tutor.pl
Fortunately windows encoding haven't been accepted as a Polish
What a stupid error :/ Of course "hasn't been". Sorry for my grammar :(
Who am I to complain about grammar errors ? I'm not a native english
speaker either and have my share of errors ;-)
I've built vim-6.3.013-2 with your fix, lets hope I got the other
I was on vacation, so I could not check it out earlier. Now everything
works fine. Thanks!