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Posted Jun 5, 2004 13:03 UTC (Sat) by tzafrir (subscriber, #11501)
In reply to: New goodies omitted from the review by djao
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's guide to terminal emulators

Actually the comment about xterm not being developed anymore is incorrect. xterm has been used by the XFree folks as a test program for i18n support.

If your system has a non-ancient glibc (>= 2.2 . e.g: RH>= 7.0) you should use the UTF 8 locales and uxterm instead of xterm.

uxterm is a simple script that runs xterm, with the added switches to get into UTF-8 mode, and a different class name (so you could use a different font for xterm and for uxterm).

The copy that came with RH7.3 showed me properly all the Korean and Russian spam I got (with mutt). And natually it showed Hebrew in vim, mutt and elsewhere.


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uxterm

Posted Jun 6, 2004 19:11 UTC (Sun) by Dom2 (guest, #458) [Link]

xterm is definitely still being developed! Have a look at:

http://dickey.his.com/xterm/xterm.log.html

-Dom


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