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How well does it support Unicode? I have been a XEmacs user for quite a while but XEmacs Unicode support is still incomplete/in-development/etc. If the most recent Emacs supports Unicode completely, I may be tempted to switch.
Posted Nov 2, 2006 13:40 UTC (Thu) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
Posted Nov 2, 2006 19:22 UTC (Thu) by liljencrantz (subscriber, #28458)
The only major annoyance I've found is that double wide Unicode characters, e.g. Kanji, don't always work properly when running emacs in terminal (non-graphical) mode.
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