Re: [wmii] UTF-8 text issue in wmii-3.6

From: KIMURA Masaru <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 17:30:17 +0900


2008/7/28 Thomas Gallen <>:
> This font dates back to 1991 and given the amount of shift-jis that is
> still in use in Japan it's not suprising. =/

Windows uses shift-jis/cp932 for japanese environment, IIRC. Many
japanese are using Windows. Small amount of *nix users are, but many
of them are still sticking to use euc-jp/iso-2022-jp. TBH, I've never
seen any real cjk user, who are using chinese/japanese/korean at the
same time w/o any problem. So, it's not suprising as you said.

Received on Mon Jul 28 2008 - 08:30:17 UTC

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